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Nephrotic Syndrome Relapsed Many Times: What Should I Do

 Nephrotic Syndrome Relapsed Many TimesPatient: Hi. My son is four years old and he has Nephrotic Syndrome for two years. We are treating it with steroids. He had relapse many times due to viral infections. What should I do?

Doctor: Do not worry. We can help him. Does he have blood or protein in urine?

P: Yes. I tested his urine with urine test strips. And this time it showed protein.

D: Do you know his creatinine level?

P: It was normal when we got it examined last time. But I’m afraid it must not be normal in relapse. Is this disease curable?

D: For children, Nephrotic Syndrome can be cured with proper treatment. But steroids are not that treatment. They are only to inhibit kidney inflammation and reduce proteinuria. Once you stop the medicines, inflammatory reaction flares up, and then the disease relapses. To cure it, it is necessary for you to clear those immune complexes that cause inflammation. In our hospital, we use herbal medicine to treat Nephrotic Syndrome.

P: I want to know about the herbal medicine mentioned above.

D: There are many kinds of herbal medicines. Besides oral medicine, there are external therapies such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Enema Therapy, Cycle Therapy, Moxibustion, etc. They can work together to stimulate your kidneys, intestinal tract and skin pores to remove massive waste products and excess fluid out of body to make internal environment good for kidney self-healing and other medication application. They can also improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys to supply them with enough essential elements to speed up kidney recovery. After about one week’s treatment, swelling will disappear. After about half month’s treatment, proteinuria will decrease. After about one month’s treatment, Nephrotic Syndrome will be controlled, and proteinuria will turn negative. To reinforce the effect, you should keep on treatment for a period of time.

D: OK. You can send his test report to my email box. After analyzing it, I will contact you in 24h by emails.

P: It would be so nice of you. I will be waiting.

D: OK. Keep in touch.

P: Thank you. Sure.

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