Why Nephrotic Syndrome Keeps Relapse Once Medicines Are Stopped

2017-09-04 14:55

Why Nephrotic Syndrome Keeps Relapse Once Medicines Are StoppedHi. We have a child with Nephrotic Syndrome. She is 5 years old and she is on prednisone and keeps relapsing when we try and taper her off the drug.

What symptoms does she have?

She has protein in urine.

Ok, protein in urine or proteinuria is one common complication in Nephrotic Syndrome. The root cause is glomeruli are damaged. Healthy glomeruli can keep protein in your body while injured glomeruli fail to prevent protein from leaking into your urine.

Then what should we do? We really worry about her condition.

Aside from prednisone and common medicines for proteinuria, the radical and effective medicine is a systematic Chinese medicine therapy including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Medicinal Soup, Moxibustion Therapy, Steaming Therapy and Acupuncture, etc. Of course, which therapy is used for your child depends on her illness condition. Besides, usually several treatments will be used together. The treatment in our hospital is a systematic therapy instead of just one medicine. Thus, we can not post medicine to you. You have to come to our hospital for treatment.

How long do we stay in your hospital?

We usually recommend the patient to stay in our hospital for one month. After the condition gets stable, patients can bring some medicines and take treatment at home.

How much does your treatment take?

The cost is affected by many factors like complications and severity of kidney damage. When the patient comes to our hospital, we first give the patient a thorough check up. Based on the medical reports, our experts will make a treatment plan. Then cost will be known.

If you have any question, you can leave a message below or email tsthospital@hotmail.com. We will reply you as soon as possible.

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