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Nephrotic Syndrome: Can You Detoxify the Blood Without Dialysis

Nephrotic Syndrome: Can You Detoxify the Blood Without DialysisNephrotic Syndrome is made up of a group clinical symptoms, namely swelling, proteinuria, hypoproteinemia and hyperlipemia. As we all know, kidneys is a blood filtration organ. When your kidney function is impaired, waste products build up in the blood. Can you detoxify the blood without dialysis?

Blood detoxification is necessary for Nephrotic Syndrome patients, but dialysis is not the only way.

Dialysis is a kidney replacement treatment for kidney patients, which is used only when their glomerular filtration rate is less than 15 ml/min. But in fact, before your GFR reaches 15, waste products begin to accumulate. Though the concentration of waste products in blood won’t be very high when your GFR is more than 15%, they still affect the normal function of your body. For example, they slow down blood flow and cause ischemia and anoxia. Therefore, it is necessary for you to detoxify the blood in the whole treatment course of Nephrotic Syndrome.

How to detoxify the blood with Dialysis for Nephrotic Syndrome patients?

-Make use of skin to eject the toxin

Skin is the largest detoxification organ in body. Waste produces can be removed out of the body through pores and meridians. Steam therapy, medicated full bath, medicated foot bath and circle therapy all make use of your skin to eject the toxins. They can also expand capillaries in the skin and speed up blood circulation so as to remove stasis. Moreover, they help urination so that waste products can be passed out of the body with urine.

-Make use of intestinal tract to expel the toxin

Enema therapy is to infiltrate herbs into the intestinal tract. It helps remove waste products from intestinal tract. Intestinal tract is associated with kidney. When function of intestinal tract is promoted, your kidneys regain some function to remove waste products.

Can You detoxify the blood without dialysis? Yes, you can. With the above treatment, your kidney function can be strengthened so that you can get rid of dialysis and lead a normal life.

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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