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Treatment of Membranous Nephrotic Syndrome

Treatment of Membranous Nephrotic SyndromeMembranous Nephropathy is a slowly progressed kidney disease, which is often manifested as Nephrotic Syndrome. In this article, let’s take a look at the treatment of Membranous Nephrotic Syndrome.

For primary membranous nephropathy, about a third of patients get remission spontaneously within two years, and another two-thirds either have persistent proteinuria with normal kidney function, or gradually progress to kidney failure. Because you do not know which kind of membranous nephropathy you have, you should seek treatment aggressively.

Treatment of Membranous Nephrotic Syndrome

Membranous Nephropathy is an allergic inflammation that causes damage mainly on glomeruli. This is an autoimmune damage. To reduce renal inflammation, steroids are often used. But some patients are not sensitive to steroids, so immunosuppressants are often used together. They can suppress renal inflammation and reduce protein leakage so as to halt the progression of kidney disease, but they can not dissolve and clear away immune complexes deposited on kidneys. That is why the disease gets repeated frequently.

In kidney disease hospital China, we often use Toxin-Removing Treatment for this case. It is actually a systemic treatment, which can make use of your skin, sweating and bowel movement to eliminate waste products including those immune complexes from the body. It can also dissolve deposited immune complexes in the kidneys and restore the balance of anti-inflammatory cytokines and pro-inflammatory cytokines to reduce renal inflammation and control the disease from getting worse. Moreover, it can improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into kidneys so as to improve renal ischemia and anoxia.

After about one week’s treatment, swelling or edema will vanish.

After about half month’s treatment, proteinuria will be reduced.

After about one month’s treatment, membranous nephrotic syndrome will be under control.

Note: the above information on the treatment of membranous nephrotic syndrome is just for reference. For specific suggestions on treatment, please consult a physician.

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.







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