Nephrotic Syndrome is a kind of immune disorder and it has high relapse rate, especially when patients have a cold. Now, this article will introduce you the details about why cold lead to Nephrotic Syndrome relapse.
Nephrotic Syndrome can be caused by various factors and due to glomerular disease. Without effective management, Nephrotic Syndrome will progress quickly. The glomerular sclerosis will be fibrosis and renal function will be injured gradually. Since Nephrotic Syndrome is a kind of immune disorder, having a cold has close relation with immune disorder. Therefore, if patients’ immunity is decrease, Nephrotic Syndrome will relapse.
For now, patients need to attach more importance to prevent Nephrotic Syndrome in advance.
Prednisone and steroid drugs are often commonly used to help patent prevent serious swelling and proteinruia. However, long term of consuming prednisone and steroids drugs makes patients suffer from many adverse effects and complications, such as poor appetite, decrease blood pressure. In addition to, if patients experience longer term of poisoning symptoms, such as skin itching, nausea and vomiting, dialysis will be recommended for them to relive them. But dialysis is not an easy thing to go through.
The renal experts from Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital said that the most fundamental way for patients to treat Nephrotic Syndrome is to regulate immune disorder and improve immunity in advance. On the treatment, Immunotherapy is highly recommended for patients with Nephrotic Syndrome. This is the best therapy to treat Nephrotic Syndrome, which aims at refreshing immune system, thus fighting against various infections. Immunotherapy mainly includes exact diagnosis, immune blocking, immune adjustment, immune clearance and immune protection. If you want to know more details about these therapies, please send your present condition and pone number to email@example.com, our renal doctor will analyze it and make a specific treatment for each one of you.
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