Nephrotic Syndrome Causes

Conventional treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome is steroids and immunosuppressants, but they have a lot of side effects, and the disease gets relapse frequently. If you would like to try alternatives and get permanent treatment of the disease, systemic Chinese medicine will be a good choice for you. After a short period of treatment, edema will disappear completely, and proteinuria will turn negative.

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Can IgA Nephropathy Cause Nephrotic Syndrome

2018-08-16 03:58

Can IgA Nephropathy Cause Nephrotic SyndromeNephrotic Syndrome is a group of symptoms, which can be caused by many illness. Can IgA Nephropathy cause Nephrotic Syndrome? Read on to learn more information.

IgA Nephropathy is a kind of glomerulonephritis caused by multiple etiologies. Clinically, about 40%-45% of patients present with gross hematuria or microscopic hematuria. About 30-45% of patients present with microscopic hematuria and proteinuria. And the rest patients usually present with Nephrotic Syndrome and kidney failure.

How to treat Nephrotic Syndrome caused by IgA Nephropathy?

Conventional treatment is to use steroids and immunosuppressants to inhibit renal inflammation and reduce the permeability of glomeruli so that protein can not go out of body. In short-term, they are helpful to control the illness condition, but in the long run, those medications have a lot of side effects, and the disease gets relapse frequently.

Here we recommend you to try Toxin-Removing Treatment, which is a characteristic treatment of Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is actually a systemic treatment, which includes external Chinese therapies (like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Enema Therapy, etc), oral Chinese medicine, ozone therapy, negative oxygen ion infusion therapy, cytokine infusion therapy, nutrient and vitamin supplement, etc. Those therapies can work together to eliminate waste products and extra fluid from body so as to make internal environment good for kidney self-healing and other medication application. They can also expand blood vessels and remove stasis to improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into kidneys so that oxygen, nutrients, vitamins, active ingredients of medicine and so on can be transported into nidus to speed up kidney recovery. Moreover, they can regulate the balance of anti-inflammatory cytokines and pro-inflammatory cytokines to reduce renal inflammation and prevent the disease from getting worse.

-After about one week’s treatment, swelling will fade away.

-After about half month’s treatment, proteinuria and hematuria will reduce or even turn negative. High blood pressure will decrease.

-After about one month’s treatment, Nephrotic Syndrome and IgA Nephropathy will be under control, and renal function will get improved.

Can IgA Nephropathy cause Nephrotic Syndrome? Yes, it can. If you do not want your disease to progress so quickly, you should take treatment as early as possible to bring Nephrotic Syndrome under control. For more information on IgA Nephropathy and Nephrotic Syndrome treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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