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Why does the nephrotic syndrome relapse?

2017-05-13 19:19

Got nephrotic syndrome, treatment is the key, recurrence is the key, suffering from nephrotic syndrome how easy recurrence? His problem where it?

Why does the nephrotic syndrome relapse?

1, and children's heredity: According to clinical studies have shown that the national kidney disease experts to study the recurrence of nephrotic syndrome and leukocyte antigenicity and found that patients with some white blood cell antigen easily relapse.

2, and infection: a lot of nephrotic syndrome in patients with recurrent episodes and infection, especially with viral upper respiratory tract infection (ie, cold), a cold will make the urine protein was positive, and some will be edema. Cold, proteinuria and then disappeared, which is the most ideal, but there are some children, although the cold, but proteinuria does not disappear, unless the amount of hormones will disappear. So for the cold and infection should pay special attention to avoid causing a series of problems.

3, long-term use of prednisone: If the patient long-term use of prednisone, the adrenal glands will appear cortical atrophy phenomenon, if long-term so, will be harmful to the kidneys, to the appropriate choice.

4, the use of drugs is not standardized: a lot of patients with nephrotic syndrome and their families have been self-assertion, blind use of some drugs, in a short time can play a very good effect, long-term is not suitable for this will miss the best treatment period , The disease is also easy to relapse, causing complications. To this end, I suggest you for their own illness, targeted treatment, so early to get rid of complications.

In addition, in the treatment of doctors at the same time, to maintain a good attitude, family members should always pay attention to the patient's condition development. A good mind and family care is equally important to the patient.

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