Weight Gain in Nephrotic Syndrome: Cause and Treatment
Weight gain is a common symptom of nephrotic syndrome. The poor performance of their body often bothered them a lot. This article will have a analysis about the cause and treatment for nephritic syndrome patients with weight gain.
The cause of weight gain in nephritic syndrome:
Nephrotic syndrome is usually caused by kidney insufficient blood and oxygen and ultra immune responses in kidneys which lead to the low GFR(glomerular filtration rate), so the extra water in body can not be excreted effectively, staying in body. The water retention cause the weight gain.
Treatment for weight gain in nephrotic syndrome
Current treatments such as diuretic can help patients a lot, however it fail to block the kidney damages ways, so patients suffer the water retention again and again when they have cold, fever, etc.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the best choice for patients. The active substances in herbal medicines has functions of expending blood vessels, promoting blood circulation, removing blood clots and cleaning toxins in blood, so the kidney insufficient blood and oxygen condition can be blocked and ultra immune responses in kidney also can be stopped. Moreover, with the enough blood perfusion, the kidney functions also can be promoted, so the water retention can be cured from root.
Nephritic syndrome has become one of the leading cause of renal failure, so the timely and effective treatment is very important for patients to live a healthy and long life. The cost of our therapy is reasonable, most patients can afford. And all the medicines are from nature, they can not cause any side effects to the body.
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