Generally speaking, nephrotic syndrome patients will take steroid to treat this condition in the early stage. But it can not play effects for some patients. So, doctor will suggest them take dialysis as the treatment. To be honest, nephrotic syndrome patients with high creatinine level should not take dialysis.
Why we do not suggest patients take dialysis?
Because dialysis just can relieve the symptoms of nephrotic syndrome in short period but not treat it or other kidney diseases from the root. Although some patients have been on dialysis, they do not worry about it.
Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital is a specialized kidney disease hospital for about 30 years’ clinical experience. In here, we have formed systematic natural treatments based on TCM.
If patients on dialysis start it in short time, and there are no other complications at all, they have great chance to get rid of dialysis and let the damaged kidneys work again. Moreover, we can also help them repair their damaged kidney intrinsic cells and tissues from the root. With the recovery of renal functions, high creatinine level will be reduced naturally, so that nephrotic syndrome patients achieve the goal of getting rid of dialysis.
What natural treatments can help to treat nephrotic syndrome?
We have main seven therapies for treating kidney diseases, which are all based on TCM. They are healthy and natural without side effects for patients, including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy Hot Compress, foot bath, medicated bath, etc. With these treatments’ help, patients can have great chance to get away from steroid and dialysis and live high quality life. Of course, different patients have different symptoms, so we will take different treatments according to their own condition.
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