Top 5 Factors that May Aggravate Chronic Nephritis
Chronic Nephritis refers to inflammation that occur on one or both of the kidneys. Here, we are going to introduce factors that may aggravate this disease.
Generally speaking, it takes several decades for people with chronic nephritis to develop into chronic kidney failure. However, if not controlled well, some factors may accelerate the progression of this disorder.
These factors are summarized as follows:
1. Bacteria or virus infection: This is the most common cause, common cold, flu, sphagitis, bronchitis, asymptomatic bacteriuria and so on.
2. Overwork: Heavy physical labor, strenuous exercises, work over night or even frequent sexual activity can all aggravate the condition.
3. Usage of nephrotoxic drugs: Such as, gentamicin, kanamycin, streptomycin, tobramycin, amphotericin B, etc.
4. Stress state: The occurrence of gastrointestinal bleeding, large-area burns, acute gastroenteritis, anaphylactic shock, etc can all increase the risk of presenting symptoms.
5. Others: Imbalance of water, electrolyte, acid-base and so on. If you are not clear about this index value, you are suggested to do some relative tests regularly, any doubts, our free online service is always here for you.
Once the above-mentioned factors appear, people with chronic nephritis may experience symptoms similar to acute nephritis in a few days. Therefore, to prevent this from happening, an early and effective treatment seem necessary.
At our center, experts in this field recommend people with Immunotherapy, which is a combination of blood-purification technique, traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine. More importantly, it can help correct the abnormal immune system and enhance renal function fundamentally.
If you are suffering from chronic nephritis, do remember to be alert to the factors discussed above. In the meantime, keep an optimistic attitude and take effective treatments early. Anything unclear, please email to:email@example.com. Best wishes!
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