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Is It Possible for Me to Reduce Proteinuria Naturally in Nephrotic Syndrome

2017-08-30 17:47

Is It Possible for Me to Reduce Proteinuria Naturally in Nephrotic SyndromeIs it possible for me to reduce proteinuria naturally in nephrotic syndrome? If you want to gain the answer, please contact the Online Doctor for more detailed information. Here the article will show you the nephrotic syndrome and its treatments.

First at all, let’s talk about nephrotic syndrome.

Nephrotic syndrome is a chronic kidney disease in which the patients will have so many discomforts including proteinuria. And it may appear in the children. So that, many people want to get a natural treatment to cure the nephrotic syndrome and its symptoms.

Secondly, please go to see the cause why proteinuria appears.

The kidney is the primary organ in the body to filter the blood and remove the poisons from body thoroughly. When it is damaged, the toxins will be retained in the body, while some necessary things will be leaked. And thus, the patients will have protein in urine. In this case, the patients may also suffer from swelling, hypoadluminemia, anemia and other sicknesses.

Thirdly, how to treat the proteinuria?

ARB and ACEI will be given to reduce proteinuria in many countries. But, they can not prevent the relapse of the proteinuria. Also, they do not take effects on the diseased kidneys. So that, if you want to get rid of proteinuria, you should do another treatment.

Actually, Toxin-Removing Therapy can achieve a great function of dispelling the proteinuria for nephrotic syndrome. What is more, it can alleviate the other symptoms and protect the kidney from further impairment. Besides, simply by Toxin-Removing Therapy, the kidney can not be treated well. So that, the patients also need to do Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Hot Compress Therapy and Immunotherapy to repair the diseased kidney and recover the kidney function. And thus, the proteinuria will not reoccur easily with inductive factors.

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