“My sister’s daughter has Nephrotic Syndrome. Will we catch this disease if we meet her? I mean whether Nephrotic Syndrome contagious or not.” If there is one NS patient around you, you may also have this question.
To make you understand the answer clearly, we will firstly introduce more about this problem. Nephrotic Syndrome is one glomerular disorder, and it can be caused by many factors. When kidneys are unable to play their filtration function, a lot of protein will leak from the kidneys into urine and extra fluid will retain in the body, resulting in edema. All of these substances are nutritions for healthy people. From this point, Nephrotic Syndrome is not contagious.
What’s more, Nephrotic Syndrome is usually resulted from immune disorder in which antibodies and antigens attack patients’ own kidneys. That’s to say, the onset of Nephrotic Syndrome is caused by autoimmune disorder, so we can be responsible to tell you that Nephrotic Syndrome isn’t contagious.
Next, we would like to introduce how to treat Nephrotic Syndrome effectively. Since steroids and immunosuppressants are unable to treat this disease from the root, patients can try Immunotherapy or Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
With six steps, Immunotherapy can remove immune complexes and protect the remaining inherent kidney cells directly, while Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can help combine, split and dissolve immune complexes and rebuild kidney structure and immune system. These two therapies are suitable for different patients, and whether they are suitable for certain person should depend on patients’ illness condition.
If you or your family member is suffering from Nephrotic Syndrome, you can consult the doctor online or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Therefore, kidney experts here can give you a correct treatment plan in detail.