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Is IBS Connected with Nephrotic Syndrome

Is IBS Connected with Nephrotic SyndromeRecently when chatting with some Nephrotic Syndrome patients, we find that irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) in them is not uncommon. Is IBS connected with Nephrotic Syndrome? After reading this article, you will find the answer.

IBS may be connected with Nephrotic Syndrome.

Nephrotic Syndrome is a kidney disorder characterized by proteinuria, swelling, hyperlipemia and hypoproteinemia, while IBS is a chronic disorder of the intestines, which can cause cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea and constipation. When Nephrotic Syndrome can not be controlled very well, it may impair your kidney function. When your kidneys are severely damaged, a lot of waste products will build up. High toxin concentration in the blood can impair all systems of your body, including large intestine. And then it is likely for you to develop IBS.

How to improve IBS for Nephrotic Syndrome patients?

There is no cure for IBS. Treatment focuses on controlling symptoms. In most causes, you can successfully control mind signs and symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome by learning to manage stress and making changes in your diet and lifestyle.

If your IBS is caused by Nephrotic Syndrome, Enema Therapy may be a good choice for you. This therapy is to infiltrate medicinal soup into the intestinal tract, which can improve bowel movement. It can also improve the function of intestinal tract. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine theory, intestinal tract is closely associated with lung, and lung is connected with kidney. From this point of view, when your intestinal tract works well, your kidney function will be improved as well.

Is IBS connected with Nephrotic Syndrome? Maybe. If you develop IBS with Nephrotic Syndrome, you should take treatment as early as possible, otherwise it may cause further damage to your kidneys. For more information about Nephrotic Syndrome, please leave a message below or consult online doctor directly.

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