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Dangers of Massive Proteinuria for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients

Dangers of Massive Proteinuria for Nephrotic Syndrome PatientsMassive proteinuria is a typical symptom of Nephrotic Syndrome. Without timely and effective treatment, it will bring you many dangers. What are the dangers of massive proteinuria for Nephrotic Syndrome patients? Now let’s have a quick look.

Massive proteinuria will cause further damage to the kidneys.

Protein is an important component of our body. And at the same time protein in the tissue cells keep update. When our body are injured, we need protein to repair ourselves. Kidneys are no exception. But now Nephrotic Syndrome patients lose a lot of protein from their body so that your kidneys can not get enough protein to recover.

Massive proteinuria will cause ischemia and anoxia in kidneys.

Protein maintains the normal metabolism of body and transports various substances, such as hemoglobin is responsible to transport oxygen. When its level is low in blood, your kidneys will become ischemia and anoxia. Besides, massive protein leakage will take away the necessary oxygen from your body so as to worsen ischemia and anoxia.

Massive proteinuria will lower your immune system.

Our immune system is consisted of immune cells and immunoprotein. When there is enough protein, they can make your body strong enough to fight against the invading bacteria and virus. But due to massive proteinuria, your immune system becomes poor so as to expose to various diseases, such as infections.

Massive proteinuria will make you fatigue.

Enzyme is also a kind of protein, which can promote the digestion, absorption and utilization of food so as to make you energetic. But now they can not function very well, so you will feel weak.

Massive proteinuria can also speed up glomerulosclerosis, increase your risk of thrombus and cardiovascular disease, reduce the effect of medicine, affect the growth of children, etc.

The above information is a general introduction to dangers of massive proteinuria for Nephrotic Syndrome patients. If you would like to know more information, please feel free to contact online doctor or leave a message below.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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