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Treatment Advice for Frequent Relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome

Treatment Advice for Frequent Relapse of Nephrotic SyndromePatient: Hi, I have Nephrotic Syndrome and am fed up with relapses. I have tried prednisolone, cyclosporin, mycophenolate and that have failed to get me into remission. Please, any advice? I want to take your treatment, will it help me?

Doctor: Hi, I am so sorry to hear you are suffering from Nephrotic Syndrome which relapses easily if not treated fundamentally. Medicines you took before like prednisolone, cyclosporin and mycophenolate are very helpful for the tight control of illness in SDNS (Steriod-Dependent Nephrotic Syndrome), but in cases, patients are not sensitive to steroid treatment. Under such a case, alternative treatment is needed. According to what you said, it seems you have non-steroid dependent nephrotic syndrome, so I suggest you to try other treatment.

Nephrotic Syndrome relapses easily and every relapse of it will push patients closer to kidney failure. You said you are fed up with relapse of it, so what is your present illness condition? Are you on dialysis? Do you still have urine output? If yes, then you can take our treatment Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy which is a treatment based on TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and human acupoints. This treatment is helpful, but it is only available for patients who still have a certain healthy kidney function. This is the reason why I ask if you are on dialysis and if you still have urine output. In this treatment, all the medicines are used externally, so you need not to worry about any side effects at all. However, if you are on dialysis, I suggest you try Blood Polution Therapy which is a treated that combines various Chinese medicines and advanced blood purification methods like plasma exchange, immune adsorption, hemofiltration and hemoperfusion. With this treatment, you have a certain chance to get off dialysis.

Lastly, Nephrotic Syndrome can not be cured when develops to late stage, so please remember to stop illness progression and protect residual kidney tissues. Also, make sure your daily diet is beneficial for your kidney.

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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