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How to Overcome Nephrotic Syndrome

How to Overcome Nephrotic SyndromeIt is possible for you to overcome Nephrotic Syndrome with appropriate treatment in the early stage. But how to overcome Nephrotic Syndrome?

Steroids

Steroids are the most common used drugs for Nephrotic Syndrome patients to reduce proteinuria and ease edema. For some patients, they are very sensitive to this drugs so that their symptoms can be in remission quickly with steroids. For some patients, they are steroid-dependent. Once they stop the medicine or reduce its dosage, Nephrotic Syndrome comes back again. While for some other patients, they are steroid-resistant, which means steroids do not take effects on the patients. They have to choose other medicine to treat Nephrotic Syndrome. However, steroids can not be used for long term because of their various side effects.

According to your medical condition, your doctor will tell you whether you are suitable to use this medication or not.

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine is a natural remedy because it has few side effects if you follow the doctor’s instruction. But the disadvantage is that they take effect slowly.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is improved from TCM. It is to penetrate the shattered Chinese herbs into the kidneys directly with the help of osmosis devices. The active ingredients can inhibit kidney inflammation by eliminating immune complexes and inflammatory factors from the kidneys. They can also improve blood circulation by expanding blood vessels and blocking blood clotting. Moreover, they can prevent kidney fibrosis by degrading extracellular matrix. Short-term treatment with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can control your symptoms such as edema and proteinuria. Long-term treatment can make your whole body balanced and harmonious. And then you do not worry about relapse.

If there is kidney function impairment, it is difficult for you to recover from Nephrotic Syndrome. Therefore, you had better take measures as early as possible. The earlier you seek treatment, the more kidney function you can regain.

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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