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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Will Losing Weight Lead to Nephrotic Syndrome

2014-10-06 06:52

Can Losing Weight Will Lead to Nephrotic SyndromeNowadays, so many girls lose weight to keep a good figure. Every one has the right to pursue beauty, but should in a good way. Some one who lose weight by taking various medicines have a great risk of developing kidney disease.

Will losing weight lead to Nephrotic Syndrome?

Nephrotic Syndrome (NS) is a condition that is often caused by any of a group of diseases that damage the kidneys’ filtering system.

People who are losing weight are have to follow a limited diet. They may have to eat less or even avoid meats, rice or cooked wheaten foods as well as some fruits and vegetables. By reducing the carbohydrate to increase the consumption of fat, people can lose their weight.

As a result, malnutrition will occur, leading to a weak immunity, a fragile environment that is susceptible to the attack of toxins and wastes.

In addition, medicines are used during the process of losing weight. The medicines work through making satiety, draining fluid, or interfering with foods metabolism. Even though these medicines can lose weight fast, they will damage the digestive system. Meanwhile, wastes and toxins produced by the medicines will also hurt the kidneys.

What are the symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome?

If you are not sure about your kidney healthy, you can do a kidney function test. There are some symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome, such as:

● Large amount of protein leakage in the urine (>3.5g/24 hours urine output).

● Urine changes: Frequent and urgent urine, especially at night. Foamy or bloody urine can be seen.

● Swelling on the face, eyelids, hands, legs, feet, or ankles

● Pale skin

● High blood pressure

● Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea

These symptoms won’t occur until more than half of kidney function loses, since our kidneys have a strong compensatory ability. Therefore, you should be cautious about the usage medicines.

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