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Does Nephrotic Syndrome Cause Excessive Sweating

Does Nephrotic Syndrome Cause Excessive SweatingSome Nephrotic Syndrome patients complain that they have excessive sweating especially at night. Does Nephrotic Syndrome cause excessive sweating? If you are experiencing the similar condition, the following information may be helpful for you to have a clear mind of this symptom.

Generally speaking, Nephrotic Syndrome does not have direct relation with excessive sweating, because it is only a collection of swelling, proteinuria, hyperlipemia and hypoproteinemia. But when Nephrotic Syndrome impairs your kidney function, excessive sweating may occur.

Excessive sweating may result from diabetes.

Diabetes is a cause of Nephrotic Syndrome. And under steroids and immunosuppressants treatment, it is likely for Nephrotic Syndrome patients to develop Diabetes as well. When blood sugar level is high, it may impair the nerves so that glands produce perspiration abnormally.

Excessive sweating may be caused by hyperthyroidism.

Hyperthyroidism is a common complication of kidney failure. It can excite the body metabolism and vagus nerve, leading to excessive sweating, increased appetite, reduced weight, etc.

Excessive sweating may be a side effect of certain medications.

In order to control Nephrotic Syndrome, your doctor may prescribe various medications, such as steroids, immunosuppressant, beta blockers and so on. Those medications may make you have excessive sweating.

Some other factors can cause excessive sweating as well, such as heart attack, stress, obesity, tuberculosis, generalized anxiety disorder, etc. Space limited here, so we do not explain them one by one.

Does Nephrotic Syndrome cause excessive sweating? In some cases, it can, while in some cases, it is just a normal phenomenon. Therefore, when you have excessive sweating, do not be over worried. What you should do is to talk with a doctor to find out what on earth causes your excessive sweating and then suit the remedy to the case. If you still have any questions about Nephrotic Syndrome, 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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