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How to Prevent Nephrotic Syndrome Relapse in Kids

How to Prevent Nephrotic Syndrome Relapse in KidsKids have higher risk of Nephrotic Syndrome. It is said that Minimal Change Disease is the most common cause of Nephrotic Syndrome affecting around 78 % of children. The problem is that even Nephrotic Syndrome is under control, it relapses frequently. How to prevent Nephrotic Syndrome relapse in kids? Now let’s have a quick look.

Why Nephrotic Syndrome relapses in kids?

The first line of treatment for kids with Nephrotic Syndrome is a course of steroids. This medication can inhibit inflammatory reaction in the glomeruli so as to reduce the amount of protein leakage. But it can also restrain immune system, which may expose your kids to various diseases, such as infection and cold. Bacteria and virus invading into the body can lead to the production of immune complexes, which may activate the inflammatory reaction in the kidneys, causing relapse. It is said that relapses occur in 75 % of children with Nephrotic Syndrome.

How to prevent Nephrotic Syndrome relapse in kids?

Just controlling the symptoms is not enough. You should regulate the body of kids to make it harmonious and balanced so as to reduce relapse. Western medicine usually can not achieve this goal. Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies, including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Mai Kang and medicated soup, can dilate blood vessels and speed up blood circulation to increase the blood flow into the kidneys. This can reduce the deposition of immune complexes in the kidneys and take part immune complexes away with blood circulation, which can relieve the inflammatory reaction. After a period of treatment, you will find that there is an improvement in their bodies and their immune system can be strengthened.

Besides treatment, you should pay attention to their diet, exercise and emotion, which is also helpful for the prevention of relapse. In fact, as your child grows older and he or she is likely to stop having relapses by adulthood, because their immune system becomes strong with their growth.

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