"I have had nephrotic sydrome since I was 10. I'm now 44. Is still a relapse when my urine says a trace of protein? Besides, I' ve gradually got swelling." one patient put forward the question on our Online Doctor. Now, answer is here!
Nephrotic Syndrome is a chronic kidney disease and relapses easily. There are many reasons that can induce re-occurrence of illness conditions, such as cold or infection. As for trace of protein in urine, it also can be a sign of nephrotic syndrome's relapse. It is well known that nephrotic syndrome is a condition in which your kidneys "leak" protein from your blood into your urine. In the normal conditions, healthy glomerulus won't leak useful substance like protein into urine. However, for patients with nephrotic syndrome, the damaged glomerulus are unable to play their functions effectively, as a result, proteinuria will occur!
Other signs of nephrotic syndrome's relapse.
Frequent relapse of NS always causes further kidney damages, and it is accompanied with further increased creatinine level, increase BUN level, severe decrease of GFR, serious protein leakage in urine, serious edema or swelling in the body. Besides, the appearance of new symptoms like nausea, vomiting, sleep problems and itching also may be involved.
Of course, when illness relapses for some reasons, patients need to take treatments as quickly as possible, so as to prevent further deterioration.
Treatments for preventing relapse of nephrotic syndrome.
In our hospital, we do recommend natural therapies to patients. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Immunotherapy are good treatments for repair kidney damage and improve renal function as well as strengthen immune system. If you want to learn details, you can email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our hospital-Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital by person. You will see the satisfied answer!