What are the Symptoms and Treatments of Lupus Nephritis
Lupus nephritis is a complication of systemic lupus erythematosus, it refers a kidney disorder in clinic. So, what are the symptoms and treatments of the disease?
In the early stage, lupus nephritis usually does not have symptoms, however, with the time, patients may present:
Swelling around eyes, legs, feet, ankles
Foam in urine
High blood pressure
Cola or tea colored urine
Frequent urination during the night
However, the symptoms can vary from person to person, not all the symptoms are caused by lupus nephritis, if you present the above symptoms, consulting with doctors and taking some related examinations are necessary.
According to the above symptoms, are there some effective methods to treat the disease?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy
The core purpose of the method is to improve renal function. It is an application of traditional Chinese medicine and modern medical technology. During the treatment, patients just need to lie on the bed, the effective constituents of the medicines can be penetrated into patients’ back externally.
Mostly, the shattered medicines can improve renal function. By dilating the blood vessels, improving the immunity through its curative effects including anti-inflammation, degradation, renal function can be enhanced gradually. If you are interested in the method, contact with our online doctors now.
Stem Cell Therapy
It is especially fit to advanced stage lupus nephritis, during the course, healthy stem cells will be infused into the body through intravenous injection. Stem cells have regeneration potentials, they can stimulate the production of normal immune cells to rebuild a normal immune system. Once there is a normal immune system, renal damage may be relieved or even stopped.
In addition, patients should take proper amount of high-quality protein to maintain the normal immune system, such as, tofu, fish, lean meat and so on.
After the above analysis, if you still have doubts about symptoms and treatments of lupus nephritis, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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