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How to Deal with Frequent Relapse Nephrotic Syndrome

How to Deal with Frequent Relapse Nephrotic SyndromeNephrotic Syndrome can be controlled with medicine. But the problem is that it relapses frequently, especially for Children. How to deal with frequent relapse Nephrotic Syndrome?

Why Nephrotic Syndrome relapse frequently?

The most common used medicine for Nephrotic Syndrome is steroid. Though it can eliminate your symptoms quickly, it can not treat the damaged kidneys. Besides, this medicine has many side effects. For Nephrotic Syndrome patients, their immunity is usually low, which means you are easily attacked by cold and infection so as to worsen the state of illness.

How to prevent frequent relapse Nephrotic Syndrome?

-Though sometimes you feel very well, you can not reduce the dosage or stop the medicine without the permission of your doctor.

-You had better reduce the frequency to public place and take good care of yourself to prevent cold.

-You should change clothes and take a bath frequently to keep the skin clean, reducing the chance of infection.

-Good rest is necessary for you to recover.

-Importance should be attached to the diet as well. If you have edema and high blood pressure, low sodium diet is preferred. If you have proteinuria, you should restrict the intake of protein. Moreover, proper fresh vegetables and fruits intake can supplement the vitamins so as to boost your immune system.

To have a good treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome is also helpful in preventing frequent relapse. Just controlling the symptoms is not enough, we should repair the damaged kidneys and regulate the whole body. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can restrain the kidney inflammation, improve blood circulation, stop the kidney fibrosis and provide the essential substances so as to set up a good environment for kidney self-healing. With the systemic treatment, your kidney function can improve a lot.

Frequent relapse Nephrotic Syndrome should be controlled as early as possible, because it can speed up the progression to kidney failure. For more information, please contact online doctor.

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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