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What To Do For Steroid Relapse In Nephrotic Syndrome

What To Do For Steroid Relapse In Nephrotic SyndromeThe common treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome is steroid therapy. It can control symptoms quickly but once its dosage is reduced, condition will relapse again. Well, what to do for steroid relapse in Nephrotic Syndrome?

We will give you a patient story to tell you how to get rid of steroids.

Hanhan is 13 years old. This little boy has suffered from kidney disease for 5 years. His protein is 3+, occult blood is 3+ and 24h urine protein quantity is 4.1g. The doctor says he suffers from Nephrotic Syndrome and then prescribe him some steroids. Several days later, his levels are reduced. However, the doctor says steroids can not be stopped. Hanhan needs to take steroids all the time. He can reduce steroid dosage gradually when his condition gets stable.

Unfortunately, once he reduces the dosage, his condition will relapse. His doctor will increase the dosage for each relapse. Although he takes treatment for 4 years, his Nephrotic Syndrome does not be controlled radically.

To make a clear diagnosis, he is suggested to take renal biopsy. The report shows he is suffering from Minimal Change Disease. His condition is still on and off with steroid therapy.

In order to seek further treatment, his mother takes him to our hospital for Chinese medicine treatments.

When he just comes to our hospital, his 24h urine protein quantity is 9.9g. This is a severe condition for a 13-year-old boy.

Steroids only reduce the permeability of glomerular to stop protein leakage, which can only control the symptoms temporarily. However, there are lots of immune complexes depositing in his kidneys. The key point in Nephrotic Syndrome treatment is to cleanse immune complexes out.

Apart from common western medicines, the effective treatment is Chinese medicine treatments like Medicinal Soup, Mai Kang Mixture, Medicated Foot Bath and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. These therapies can cleanse immune complexes from your kidneys and treat your kidney disease from the root.

What To Do For Steroid Relapse In Nephrotic SyndromeSeveral days later, there are lots of immune complexes in his urine. His body weight reduces 3.5kg. And also his 24h urine protein quantity is reduced to 0.41g from 9.9g.

Steroids can only eliminate symptoms temporarily. If you want to treat kidney disease from the root, the treatment should start from cleansing toxins out. Only in this way can you get rid of frequent relapse. If you wanna more information, you can leave a message below or consult our online doctor directly.

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