Fish Oil And Nephrotic Syndrome in children2013-05-23 15:26
There is a strict dietary requirement for Nephrotic Syndrome in children. Will fish oil be a good choice? Now let’s find the answer together.
To a certain degree, fish oil can bring some benefits for people with Nephrotic Syndrome in children. High triglycerides levels can be a common symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome, if your child is experiencing it, fish oil can help lower blood pressure or triglyceride levels. It may reduce those levels by 20 to 50%. The scientific evidence suggests that fish oil really does lower high triglycerides, and it also seems to help prevent heart disease and stroke when taken in the recommended amounts. Ironically, taking too much fish oil can actually increase the risk of stroke.
Osteoporosis can become a common side effects of steroid drugs commonly used to treat Nephrotic Syndrome in children. Taking fish oil alone or in combination with calcium and evening primrose oil seems to slow bone loss rate and increase bone density at the thigh bone (femur) and spine.
Though fish oil can be helpful for Nephrotic Syndrome patients, it does not mean it can treat Nephrotic Syndrome in children. As to the diet for Nephrotic Syndrome in children, there is no a certain food patients are not allowed to eat, it depends on the specific condition. As to the treatment, experts recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy due to its safety and efficiency. This treatment needs patients with Nephrotic Syndrome to lie on the bed as it is used externally. Two bags filled with proceeded Chinese herbal medicines which come from the nature will be put under the lower back of patients, then with the help of osmosis device, Chinese herbal medicines begin to function through permeating into skin and directly reaching to kidneys. Different Chinese herbal medicines will be chosen according to different symptoms and different types of Nephrotic Syndrome in children.
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