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Nephrotic Syndrome: Improper Treatment May Cause Acute Kidney Failure

Nephrotic Syndrome: Improper Treatment May Cause Acute Kidney FailureTwo years ago, due to unexplained leg swelling for a period of time, Qiang went to local hospital for check-ups. Test report showed his urine protein was 3+ and 24h urine protein was 4.6g. Comprehensive result diagnosed him with primary Nephrotic Syndrome and Minimal Change Disease. His family was shocked by this news.

After being hospitalized, he accepted treatment of steroids, anti-coagulation medicine and immunosuppressants. 20 days passed, he felt well, so he got discharged from hospital. But at home he only kept on treatment for one month, and then stopped the medicines completely without the instruction of doctors.

During this period of time, his mother sought for many folk remedies. But not for long, Xiang suffered from acute kidney failure and was admitted in ICU.

From then on, his mother became very careful in his treatment. Once in a while, she heard of our hospital. After a careful consideration, she decided to take Qiang here for a try.

In October 2016, he came to our hospital for the first time. According to his condition, besides steroids and immunosuppressants, we used Hot Compress Therapy (50 minutes per time and 3 times a day), Foot Bath and Medicated Bath to help him clear toxins out of body.
Nephrotic Syndrome: Improper Treatment May Cause Acute Kidney Failure

After about 29 days’ treatment, he left hospital, but at this time, he kept on treatment, and did not give up treatment. Besides, he comes back for regular check-ups. Nowadays all his indexes are stable. Look, his urine protein was +-, and 24h urine protein was 0.4g.
Nephrotic Syndrome: Improper Treatment May Cause Acute Kidney Failure

From the above story, we can see that folk remedies are not reliable. If you want to treat Nephrotic Syndrome, you should find out an effective treatment. Besides conventional treatment, you can try some Chinese medicine, which can help you reduce the relapse greatly.

Improper treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome can cause acute kidney failure. If you are still looking for a good treatment, why not try Chinese medicine? For more information on our hospital and our treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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