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Can Low GRR Be Reversed with Nephrotic Syndrome

Can Low GRR Be Reversed with Nephrotic SyndromeCan low GFR be reversed with Nephrotic Syndrome? Almost all the Nephrotic Syndrome patients have the problem of low GFR. They worry about their GFR because when it decreases to a certain level, dialysis will be required. However, as some Nephrotic Syndrome patients receive no effects on the improvement of their GFR, they begin to wonder if a low GFR caused by Nephrotic Syndrome can be reversed.

Why GFR becomes lower and lower with Nephrotic Syndrome?

GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) refers to the blood volume filtered by glomeruli within a certain time. It helps to refect kidney condition, so when one is suspected to have kidney problem, GFR is always measured as an indicator. Nephrotic Syndrome is a kidney problem marked by massive protein in urine. In normal cases, while blood pass through kidney, wastes are discharged and nutrients like protein are preserved. However, in cases of Nephrotic Syndrome, due to damaged glomerular filtration membrane, blood filtered by glomeuli in one minute become less and less. As a consequence, GFR is lower and lower.

Can low GFR be reversed with Nephrotic Syndrome?

Can a low GFR be reversed for a Nephrotic Syndrome patient? I am sure the answer is “Yes, it can be reversed!”. In an affected kidney, there are totally three parts of kidney intrinsic cells. One is the healthy kidney intrinsic cell. The second part refers to kidney cells that are dead and can not function again. And the third part refers to kidney intrinsic cell that has been damaged but still alive. For these kidney cells, though they are damaged, but by activating them, it is possible to get them recovered. In this way, kidney function can be improved and low GFR can be increased as well.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the treatment that is recommended to help Nephrotic Syndrome patients reverse GFR. It is a natural remedy and has been used to treat patients from 64 countries. Therefore, if you are looking for a treatment to improve GFR, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is your first choice.

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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