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Can Nephrotic Syndrome be Cured Completely

Can Nephrotic Syndrome be Cured CompletelyCan Nephrotic Syndrome be cured completely? A natural cure is the common pursue of all the Nephrotic Syndome patients, as only with a permanent and complete cure, can they go back to their normal life again. Well, for an individual with Nephrotic Syndrome, can he be cured on earth?

For patients with Nephrotic Syndrome, a permanent cure means they will never suffer from kidney problem again. Also, they can eat what they like and need not to worry about their kidney condition. Is there such a cure for them?

Nephrotic Syndrome actually is not a specific illness, but a group of clinical manifestations: massive proteinuria, swelling, hypoproteinemia and hyperlipemia. All these abnormal medical condition appear due to increased permeability of glomerular filtration membrane. In the initial stage, glomeruli are injured mildly and they can be repaired well under such a condition. However, without timely solution, more glomeruli will be damaged. What is worse, some glomeruli may become necrotic due to severe damages. Mildly injured glomeruli can be repaired, but for necrotic glomeruli, they are dead and can not be revived again. Therefore, Nephrotic Syndrome can not be cured when it develops to a very serious stage.

Though there is no complete cure for Nephrotic Syndrome in some cases, but it is possible to get clinical remission with systematic treatment. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the recommended treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome and with this treatment, some injured glomeruli can be repaired well. We know Nephrotic Syndrome is a kidney problem that is marked by increased permeability of glomerular filtration membrane. Therefore, when some injured glomeruli are repaired successfully, kidney function is improved and also all the symptoms are remitted as well. Though even if there is no complete cure for Nephrotic Syndrome in late stage, it is possible for patients to live a high quality life with holistic treatment.

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