Whatsapp: 008615033420788

Online DoctorContact UsSite Map

IgA Nephropathy

You are here because you know someone with IgA Nephropathy. This section covers information related questions and concerns of IgA Nephropathy basics, treatments, symptoms and healthy living.

Home > Nephrotic Syndrome > Nephrotic Syndrome Basics >
Font Size A A A

Can Nephrotic Syndrome Cause Kidney Failure

Can Nephrotic Syndrome Cause Kidney FailureNephrotic Syndrome is not a specific kidney disease, but a group of clinical manifestations including massive proteinuria, swelling, hyperlipidemia and hypoproteinemia. Can Nephrotic Syndrome cause kidney failure? Read on to find out the answer.

Nephrotic Syndrome can cause kidney failure.

Massive protein goes out of body with Nephrotic Syndrome. This can cause glomerulosclerosis and thereby impair kidney function. Besides, its underlying cause of Nephrotic Syndrome such as diabetes, lupus nephritis, FSGS, IgA Nephropathy and Membranous Nephropathy can cause kidney damage as well.

Treatment to prevent Nephrotic Syndrome from developing to kidney failure

Besides symptomatic treatment to control those symptoms, you should set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing and other medication application. Here we suggest you try Toxin-Removing Treatment, a systemic Chinese medicine treatment of Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It can expel waste products and extra fluid out of body via your urine, sweat and stool. It can also dilate blood vessels and remove stasis to improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys so that enough essential elements such as oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicine can be transported into damaged kidneys to speed up kidney recovery. Besides, it can regulate the abnormal immune system and strengthen your immunity to fight against the disease and reduce the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome. After a short period of treatment, swelling will vanish, and proteinuria will decrease and eventually turn negative. After a long period of treatment, your Nephrotic Syndrome will be under control. Because your kidneys have been repaired, your disease won’t relapse so easily as before.

Can Nephrotic Syndrome cause kidney failure? Yes, without good control, it can cause kidney damage and eventually develop to kidney failure. If you are not satisfied with your current treatment effect, you can try the above Toxin-Removing Treatment. For more information on Nephrotic Syndrome treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







Kidney Disease:


Related Articles
Important information in one quick click. Related Articles on IgA Nephropathy are designed to provide accurate and timely information in a short and easy to understand format. Choose the topics of interest to you and read, print or take to your next doctor visit.

Nephrotic Syndrome: Shall I Go for Exercise for Speedy Recovery

Will Yoga Help Nephrotic Syndrome Patients Cure It Permanently

Nephrotic Syndrome Proteinuria and Swelling: Which One Should Be Treated Firstly

How Can Be out of Nephrotic Syndrome

Can Nephrotic Syndrome Patients Only Rely on Steroids to Eliminate Proteinuria

Subscribe to Nephrotic
Healthy Living
Patient story
patient story
In our hospital, we have treated thousands of patients from 64 countries.


Latest Articles

Is Yogurt Good for IgA Nephropathy Patien

Because of its delicious taste and various health benefits, yogurt is a favorite for many people. Is ...

Learn More

Nephrotic Syndrome Caused by FSGS: How to

Question: I am suman from India. I have a 3.5 years old baby girl who is suffering Nephrotic Syndrome...

Learn More

Nephrotic Syndrome: Shall I Go for Exerci

Question: I am Nephrotic Syndrome patient, my proteinuria is 4 to 5 g with creatinine level up to 1 a...

Learn More

How Badly IgA Nephropathy Progress

Nobody wants their kidney disease to go into kidney failure, right? That is why a lot of patients car...

Learn More