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Best Way to Get Remission in Nephrotic Syndrome

Best Way to Get Remission in Nephrotic SyndromeIn the world, there are various kinds of treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome, such as western medicine, Chinese medicine, ayurvedic medicine, etc. What is the best way to get remission in Nephrotic Syndrome?

There is not a way that is suitable for all Nephrotic Syndrome patients. Some patients may have a good curative effect on this kind of medicine, while some other patients do not have response and they have to take other medicine to control the disease. Therefore, it is difficult to say which one is the best one for Nephrotic Syndrome patients.

Western medicine

Western medicine like steroid and immunosuppressant is the most common used way to treat Nephrotic Syndrome. It can inhibit kidney inflammation and decrease the permeability of capillaries so as to reduce protein leakage. For steroid-sensitive patients, this is a good choice to bring Nephrotic Syndrome under control quickly. But for steroid-resistant or steroid-dependent patients, they had better choose other ways.

Chinese medicine

An obvious characteristic of Chinese medicine is that it has few side effects. And it aims at making the whole body harmonious and balanced so as to achieve the therapeutic effect. The most common used TCM therapies include Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Full Bath, Enema Therapy, Circle Therapy, Steam Therapy, Moxibustion, etc. Besides external therapies, there are oral Chinese medicine, such as Mai Kang Composition and decoction. There are often used together to remove immune complexes from the blood to eliminate kidney inflammation. They can also increase blood flow into the kidneys to reduce the deposition of immune complexes so as to prevent inflammation. Moreover, they help repair the damaged kidneys to stop the protein leakage. In this way, you can treat Nephrotic Syndrome from the root and then you won’t worry about the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome.

Space limited, so we can not list all the ways here. If you need our help, please feel free to contact online doctor or send emails to igacure@gmail.com. According to your medical condition, our doctors can help you choose the best way to get remission in Nephrotic Syndrome.

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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