How to Ease Anemia in Nephrotic Syndrome

How to Ease Anemia in Nephrotic SyndromeAnemia is a common complication of nephrotic syndrome, the injured renal cells fail to produce enough EPO for the formation of red blood cells. Without red blood cells transferring oxygen and nutrition, nephritic syndrome would suffer from fatigue, dizziness, pale look and so on which really lower the life quality of patients a lot. Then what can patients to ease their anemia in their daily life?

According to the cause, anemia in Nephrotic syndrome mainly is related with the lose of red blood cells. So the treatment should be target in increasing red blood cells.

Infusion of red cells can correct anemia, but repeated infusion may result in accumulation of iron and the patients are in the danger of infecting with communicable disease that is caused by blood products, such as viral hepatitis, malaria and Aids.

The root treatment for anemia in Nephrotic Syndrome should be reversing the kidney function. Traditional Chinese treatment treats kidney failure from the root; it is Chinese herbal medicine-majored. Through the proper application medicine ways such as steaming, smearing, hot compress, oral decoction, foot bath and so on, the active substance in medicine can enter into body and come into play effectively, working on expending blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-freezing and degrading extra cellular matrix. With the promoted blood circulation and restored kidney structure, the kidney function can be reversed at the most degree.

The improved kidney function can support the formation of red blood cells, patients can get rid of anemia from root. Now if you want to know more information about the treatment for anemia in nephrotic syndrome, you can contact our online doctors, leave us messages or send email to, we will reply you within 24 hours.


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