Swelling In Nephrotic Syndrome Can Not Be Controlled By Tacrolimus

chinese medicineHi, doctor, my daughter has nephrotic syndrome for 8 months, she taking tacrolimus to control the symptoms, but, now the tacrolimus can not control the swelling. When she got cold or cough edema comes, so what should we do?

It is easy to relapse with cold or infection for nephrotic syndrome. The tacrolimus can only control the symptoms, which has no effects on treating kidney disease. The damaged kidney does not be repaired, and the patients will be more and more sicker, she will develop into end stage renal disease. So it is the one life of nephrotic syndrome patients, who take medicine to treat kidney disease. Because, it only control the symptoms, which can not treat kidney disease well with no relapse.

For this conditions, we recommend systematic treatments to treat nephrotic syndrome, which can treat her nephrotic syndrome with no relapse.

1. clearing away toxins and excess wastes, which will stop the damage to kidney again, it will keep the residual kidney function well. And it also can create a good and healthy internal environment. Toxins-Removing Treatments is very popular in china.

2. Improving kidney function. Chinese herbal medicines can supply the nutrients and oxygen to diseased cells and tissues, which can repair the damaged kidney for improving kidney function. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is very popular all over the world to improve kidney function.

3. Improving immunity, Immunotherapy has six steps, which can adjust immune system, strength physical. So it can help nephrotic syndrome patients to fight with cold and infection.

So the systematic treatments can treat nephrotic syndrome patients with no relapse. If you are in nephrotic syndrome that you can consult the online doctor, or please contact:



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