Membranous Nephropathy is one of common forms of Nephrotic Syndrome in adults. Sometimes, they may need antibiotic for controlling infection. What antibiotic is safe for Membranous Nephropathy?
Antibiotic & Membranous Nephropathy
Most antibiotics while helpful may also produce some waste or toxins, burdening and damaging kidneys. That’s why antibiotic is usually not recommended for patients with kidney function insufficiency.
However, some infections will induce Membranous Nephropathy and should be immediately controlled. In that case, some antibiotic are relatively safe for the kidney, such as chloromycetin. This kind of medicine breaks down in the liver, so they usually do not affect kidney function or put a strain on kidneys.
Anyway, you’d better consult your doctor which antibiotic is safe for you. Any questions, you can email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below. Our doctor on duty will reply you within 24 hours.
Natural medicines for Membranous Nephropathy
This kidney disease is caused by the thickening of part of the glomerular basement membrane. The glomerular basement membrane is a part of the kidneys that helps filter waste and extra fluid from the blood.
Therefore, natural medicines should inhibit inflammation on this part and can eliminate the immune complexes. This is to improve ischemia and anoxia of the glomeruli. In that case, I recommend you to take Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
-Maikang composition. Take this oral medicine one to three time each day. It is the first step to promote Qi (Chi, energy) and unlock meridians. Then, blood circulation increases, and more wastes and toxins can be discharged.
-Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. Take this external application twice a day. Each procedure of this method lasts about 50 minutes. While doing this therapy on bed, you can listening music, chatting online or watching TV. It can help kidneys repair damaged glomeruli so as to increase glomerular filtration rate (GFR), which is the key to treating Membranous Nephropathy.