Here is a similar case: An university student had sudden vision loss. It shocked her teachers and friend, because she always looks like very healthy. She was then diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome. What is the relationship between sudden loss of vision and Nephrotic Syndrome?
Cause of vision loss in Nephrotic Syndrome
The common cause of vision problem in Nephrotic Syndrome is high blood pressure. As you know, Nephrotic Syndrome is characterized by a group of symptoms including edema, proteinuria, hyperlipidemia and hypoalbuminemia.
Due to too much protein loss in urine, the plasma colloid osmotic pressure increases. Therefore, the whole blood pressure rises. As a result, the optical fundus blood vessels are blocked with clots, leading to blurred vision and even loss of vision.
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Treatment for sudden loss of vision in Nephrotic Syndrome
The doctor may give you hypertensive drug to reduce blood pressure or control proteinuria. Reduction of protein leakage can relieve vision problem but cannot solve the underlying problem. Over-the-counter-medicines can only inhibit the inflammations but cannot clear up the immune complexes. Once patients reduce or stop taking medicines, symptoms relapse. In that case, I recommend Nephrotic Syndrome patients to take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is an external application used on bilateral kidney areas. With osmotic device, the effective ingredients can permeate into kidney lesions directly. They have the function of dilating blood vessels, reducing inflammations and degrading extracellular matrixes, thus increasing the whole blood circulation. Then, kidneys can get enough blood volume and oxygen to function well.
This method is proved to be very natural and effective for patients. We have almost 30 years of clinical practices, so you can trust us!
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