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Be Alert to Thrombus in Nephrotic Syndrome

Be Alert to Thrombus in Nephrotic SyndromeThrombus is a common complication of Nephrotic Syndrome. Patients are rather susceptible to thrombus of lower extremity veins and renal venous thrombosis. In severe cases, pulmonary embolism or cerebral embolism may occur to threaten your life. Therefore, be alert to thrombus.

Causes of thrombus in Nephrotic Syndrome

-High blood cholesterol level

Compared with hyperlipemia patients, Nephrotic Syndrome patients have a much higher level of cholesterol, which can increase blood viscosity, leading to thrombus.

-High blood coagulation

Because the loss of anti-coagulation factors, Nephrotic Syndrome patients have a relatively high level of blood coagulation factors. As a result, thrombus occurs easily.

How to avoid thrombus for Nephrotic Syndrome patients?

-To pay attention to your diet. It is better for you to consume moderate high quality protein. To ensure the calory intake, meanwhile to reduce the fat intake. Besides, to increase food high in vitamins and fibers.

-To cooperate with your doctor actively to control urine protein and reduce protein leakage. To lower cholesterol level and excess diuretics. Besides, to use anti-coagulation medicines moderately.

-To avoid staying in bed for long time. To do exercises regularly. To correct hypoproteinemia, and to ensure blood circulation.

Early signs of thrombus

Sudden back pain, blood urine, increased hematuria or less urine are all indicators of renal venous thrombosis. If you have unexplained cough, hemoptysis and difficult breathing, you should measure your blood pressure, heartbeat and blood oxygen concentration timely and take treatment as early as possible in case of pulmonary embolism.

If one part of your body can not move suddenly, or you have aphasia or expression change, it is likely for you to have cerebral thrombosis. In such a case, you should go to see your doctor immediately.

In addition, Nephrotic Syndrome patients should attach importance the changes of physical condition, for example, skin stiff, chromatosis, severity of swelling, superficial varicose veins, etc. Be alert when you have those symptoms and take treatment timely.

Be alert to thrombus in Nephrotic Syndrome. If you can not find out an effective natural remedies for Nephrotic Syndrome, you can try Toxin-Removing Treatment. For more information on this therapy, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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