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How to Prevent Venous Thrombus for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients

How to Prevent Venous Thrombus for Nephrotic Syndrome PatientsNephrotic Syndrome patients often have a high risk of venous thrombus, which can cause leg pain, swelling of the calf, skin discolouration, etc. How to prevent venous thrombus for Nephrotic Syndrome patients?

First, let’s see what causes venous thrombus for Nephrotic Syndrome.

A character of Nephrotic Syndrome is hyperlipemia. High cholesterol can make your blood become sticky. Besides, because of severe edema, Nephrotic Syndrome patients often eat water pills to remove the excess fluid from the body, which can cause hemoconcentration so as to lead to venous thrombus easily.

Second, how to prevent venous thrombus?

-Anti-coagulation medication. In the early stage of Nephrotic Syndrome, you should use such medications. Some Chinese Medicine can activate blood circulation to dissipate stasis.

-Adhere to exercise. Though Nephrotic Syndrome may make you feel very tired, you should not stay in bed all the day. Under normal circumstance, you should do some exercise regularly, such as walking, massage, qi gong, tai chi, etc. But when you have severe pleural effusion and ascites, you should avoid activity.

-Dietary therapy. In diet, you should follow a low protein, low fat and high vitamin diet. Besides, you can add some Chinese herbs that can activate blood circulation to dissipate stasis into the diet, such as hawthorn, rubia cordifolia, Chinese rose flower, salviae miltiorrhizae, peach seed, etc. Here is a recipe. For example, you can cook 10 g shattered peach seeds without skin, 250 g white lotus root and 500 ml water together. Eating the lotus root and drinking the soup are good for health.

To sum up, to repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function is the fundamental way to solve all the problem. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, blood vessel dilation and extracellular matrix degradation so as to set up good environment for kidney self-healing. With the help of online doctor, you can learn more information about our treatment.

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