How to Relieve Edema in Purpura Nephritis

Edema is one of the serious symptoms of purpura nephritis, if controlled not well, it may cause renal failure. Next, we will talk about how to relieve edema in purpura nephritis.

First, we should know the cause of edema.

In normal case, the kidneys can filtrate the wastes, extra fluid from blood. However, in purpura nephritis, due to the decline of renal function, the fluid and wastes can not be eliminated out of the body properly, as a result, edema appears. And swelling can bring great pain to patients both in physical and mental.

So, how to relieve edema in purpura nephritis effectively?

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy

It is the most effective therapy to relieve edema. The effective medicines not only can dilate blood vessels, but also can stimulate the self-healing ability of the body. Once the failed tissues and cells can regenerate, renal function can be improved from the root.

In addition, the therapy is natural, all the medicines are from nature, they cannot cause damage to the body. And the cost is reasonable, most patients can afford, many patients are searching for the therapy. If you have interest, send an email to

Medicated Bath

It is an application of Chinese medicine. During the course, nine kinds of herb plants will be made into Medicated Bath liquid, then, patients can receive a whole body bath or foot bath, they can also receive the treatment at home, it is comfortable and convenient.

After the bath, patients may have hot sweat, which indicates the toxins have been discharged out of the body, and renal function can be improved, so, it is possible to treat edema in purpura nephritis.

After the above methods, we do believe these therapies can help purpura nephritis patients to treat edema. If you have anything unclear, contact with online doctors now, we are willing to help you.

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