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Treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome with Hypoproteinemia

Treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome with HypoproteinemiaNephrotic Syndrome is a nonspecific kidney disease that impair the filter units of kidneys so that protein which should be retained in the body spills out, leading to proteinuria. Besides massive proteinuria, hypoproteinemia is a common symptom of Nephrotic Syndrome. What is the treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome with hypoproteinemia?

Because a lot of protein loses from the blood, protein in the blood decreases. Besides, because of swelling in gastrointestinal mucosa, Nephrotic Syndrome patients usually suffer from poor appetite. Inadequate protein intake can worsen your hypoproteinemia. For Nephrotic Syndrome patients, their serum albumin in blood is usually less than 30 g/L. In such case, you should do the following things:

-Albumin intravenous drip

It can help you treat hypoproteinemia. It can also help you flush out the excessive fluid so as to relieve swelling. But it should be used under the instruction of doctor, because improper use of albumin intravenous drip can speed up kidney failure.

-Supplement moderate protein

It is also necessary for you to supplement moderate protein to satisfy the need of body. But you should avoid too much protein intake, because it can put extra stress on kidneys so as to worsen your kidney disease. Besides, high quality protein is recommended, because it contains more essential amino acids than other protein.

-Stop proteinuria

Because protein leakage is the cause of hypoproteinemia, you should repair the damaged kidneys and stop protein leakage. Steroids and immunosuppressants are the common used drugs for proteinuria. In short-term, they are useful. But in the long run, you had better choose some natural treatment. 4M treatment (Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Mai Kang Composition and various Medical Soup) can help you set up a good blood environment for kidneys self-healing. When your kidneys regain their ability, symptoms associated with Nephrotic Syndrome disappear.

The above information is a brief introduction to the treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome with hypoproteinemia. If you have any other questions about Nephrotic Syndrome, please feel free to contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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