Chance of healing for Nephrotic Syndrome is determined by many factors such as age, medical treatment history, complications, and physical health, etc. Even though there is no a specific cure for Nephrotic Syndrome, timely and appropriate treatment can give the patients a completely remission.
Prognosis and life expectancy of Nephrotic Syndrome
Nephrotic Syndrome is a kidney damage on glomeruli, which are the tiny blood vessels filtering wastes and toxins. When glomeruli are injured, large protein can pass through them, leaking out with urine. Therefore, proteinuria (>3.5g per day) is the most common sign.
Those who can control proteinuria have a better outcome. If patients do not have another attack for three years after the first one, chances are quite good that they will not get sick again.
Most patients, especially child, however, often will have two or more attacks. The attacks are more frequent in the first two years after the syndrome strikes. After ten years, less than one child in five still suffers from attacks. Even if a child has numerous attacks, most will not develop permanent kidney damage. To prevent further attacks, the primary task of the caregiver is to control the accumulation of fluid in the child’s body with prednisone and diuretics.
Treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome
The treatment’s goal is to stop the loss of protein in the urine and increase the amount of urine expelled from the body. Your doctor probably will prescribe a drug called prednisone for you. However, some patients may not respond to this kind of medicine. Moreover, long term use or over-dosage of steroids or immunosuppressants will cause adverse effects on them, causing further kidney damage.
In that case, I recommend you to take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Stem Cell Therapy. These two natural treatments can help you restore kidney function, which is the key of treating Nephrotic Syndrome.
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