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Nephrotic Syndrome and Hypercoagulability

Nephrotic Syndrome and HypercoagulabilityNephrotic Syndrome is one of the common primary glomerular diseases. Besides proteinuria, swelling, hyperlipemia and hypoproteinemia, it can cause many other complications, one of which is hypercoagulability. Now let’s have a look at Nephrotic Syndrome and hypercoagulability.

How does Nephrotic Syndrome cause hypercoagulability?

Nephrotic Syndrome usually results from immune complexes depositing in the kidneys. Those immune complexes cause kidney inflammation, and then massive protein can go out of the body, leading to proteinuria. As a result, protein in plasma declines and plasma colloid osmosis pressure decreases. This decreases the circling blood and makes the blood concentrated. Besides, hypoproteinemia stimulates liver to reduce the decomposition of lipid, causing hyperlipemia. Hyperlipemia can increase blood viscosity, narrow activated partial thromboplastin time and increase fasting blood glucose so as to make the disorder of blood coagulation and anti-coagulation, contributing to thrombus.

How to deal with hypercoagulability for Nephrotic Syndrome patients?

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are many therapies to help you improve blood circulation and kidney function, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Composition, Medicinal Soup, etc. 4M treatment can lower blood cholesterol level and regulate blood sugar level. It can also expand blood vessels to lower blood pressure. Besides, it can speed up blood circulation to remove stasis. And it can draw out toxins from the blood to reduce their damage to your blood. All in all, they can help you set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. In order to speed up kidney recovery, we should provide the the damaged kidneys with essential elements, such as vitamins, trace elements and amino acids.

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