Nephrotic Syndrome is a nonspecific kidney disorder, but a group of symptoms that include proteinuria, hypoalbuminemia, hyperlipidemia and edema. Prednisone, as one of the common medicine for treating Nephrotic Syndrome has been reported to bring side effects. Are there any alternative medicines to prednisone?
Fortunately, the answer is yes. However, it does no mean that you can totally avoid taking prednisone, because it plays an important role in controlling proteinuria. Alternative medicines, which I refer to Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCMs), can help you prevent from side effects of prednison and reduce the dosage in a short time. Now, I would like to give you a general introduction of our therapies that are based on TCM. Any questions, please email to email@example.com.
This is the mainly used therapy used in our hospital, Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital. The Chinese herbs are micronized into tiny powders and soaked with medical fluid. Then they are collected with two small bags. Then, the osmotic device is turned on, and the effective ingredients can permeate into kidneys directly, expanding blood vessels and reduce inflammation. Therefore, it can improve blood circulation to accelerate the discharge of wastes and toxins in the body.
As the name implies, this therapy is a combination of warm bath and Traditional Chinese Medicines. One one hand, the warm water can expand the blood vessels on the skin so that the effective contents can be fully absorbed. On the other hand, the ingredients can draw toxins out by increasing sweat and urine output.
If necessary, Foot Bath, Immunotherapy, or Acupuncture can also be used to relieve some symptoms. You can send you test report to us, and our doctors can analyze it and give you appropriate treatment suggestions.
You can see both short-term effects and long-term effects, such as cotton-like thing in urine, improved sleep quality, good appetite, and weight loss because of discharge of fluid, etc. Some Nephrotic Syndrome patients can even stop taking prednisone in their rest life.