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How to Prevent Nephrotic Syndrome Relapse

How to Prevent Nephrotic Syndrome RelapseFor some patients, Nephrotic Syndrome can be brought under control with steroid treatment. But the problem is that it comes back frequently. Frequent relapse can speed up the progression to kidney failure. How to prevent Nephrotic Syndrome relapse?

-Pay attention to the diet

Nephrotic Syndrome patients often have diet restrictions, but when they feel better, they may pay less attention. Low sodium diet is often required when patients have high blood pressure and edema. But such diet often tastes so plain that it may affect your appetite. Though when your edema and high blood pressure is under control, you had better avoid food high in salt. Fresh vegetables and fruits are good choice to supple the vitamins.

-Prevent infection

Infection is another cause of Nephrotic Syndrome relapse. After treatment, the symptoms get remession, but their immune system is still weak. Besides, the use of immunosuppressants can weaken the immune system as well. If the patients get infected at this time, the immune system will have to produce a lot of antibody and some immune complexes have to be discharged out of the body by kidneys. Too much of them can increase the workload of kidneys. Moreover, some immune complexes deposits in the kidneys, leading to kidney damage and then edema, proteinuria and some other symproms appear.

In such case, you should improve your immune system and protect yourself from infection. In daily, you can do some exercise and supplement vitamins to boost immune system.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can eliminate the immune complexes from the body to inhibit kidney inflammation. It can also dilate blood vessels and block blood clotting to improve blood circulation. In addition, it can stop kidney fibrosis by degrading extracellular matrix. With Miicro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, not only does your kidney function improve a lot, but also your whole body becomes balanced. In this way, you do not need to worry about the relapse.

All in all, you should take good care of yourself and receive treatment aggressively even though you do not have any symptoms now. If you need our help, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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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