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Swelling Goes Away Naturally From Lupus Nephritis

Lupus Nephritis can cause swelling and swelling can occur in hands, face, legs and ankles. Although it is only a symptom from Lupus Nephritis, it also needs to be treated effectively and timely. In our hospital, swelling can go away naturally from Lupus Nephritis.

Swelling Goes Away Naturally From Lupus NephritisWhat causes leg swelling in Lupus Nephritis?

1. Fluid-sodium retention

Healthy kidneys can discharge excess fluid and sodium out of the body effectively. However, in lupus nephritis, the kidneys fail to do this job properly. As a result, extra fluid and sodium can build up in your body. Under the effect of gravity, leg swelling can first be seen.

2. Protein loss

In lupus nephritis, filtering units-glomeruli are inflamed and thickened, useful substances like protein will leak into urine easily. With low plasma osmotic pressure, excess fluid will flow into the interstitial spaces. Swelling can also occur.

What is the treatment for leg swelling in lupus nephritis?

The following is a successful story in our hospital. Before coming to our hospital, she has severe leg swelling and massive proteinuria. After our treatment, she gets a great improvement. Let’s see her detailed condition.

We treat Lupus Nephritis from the root. In our hospital, there is a systematic Chinese medicine treatment called Toxin-Removing Treatment including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Medicinal Soup, Moxibustion Therapy and Enema Therapy, etc. When you come to our hospital, we first give you a thorough check up. After your medical reports come out, we will make a treatment plan for you. Different patient will be given different therapy.

Toxin-Removing Treatment first cleanses your blood. Without a clean blood environment, you can not get a good therapeutic effect. After your blood is purified, Chinese medicines can come to your kidney lesion effectively and play functions of dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, preventing inflammation and coagulation, removing blood stasis and and degrading extracellular matrix. In this way, it can set up a clean blood environment for recovering renal function. When renal function is improved, kidneys can discharge excess fluid from your body effectively. Swelling in legs can disappear naturally. Also 24 hour urinary protein is reduced to 1.89g from 7.34g. And 5kg body weight has been reduced.

Toxin-Removing Treatment can make leg swelling go away effectively. If you wanna more information, you can leave a message below or consult our online doctor directly.

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