Swelling and Protein Leakage in Nephritis Is Dialysis A Must2018-05-01 10:32
Swelling and protein leakage are common symptoms of nephritis, leading to life-threatening in some case. Well, is dialysis a must in nephritis when there are swelling and protein leakage?
Compared with other phlogosis, nephritis is mainly caused by the exceeded accumulated immune produced. So that, the patients will take hormone or immunosuppressant to control the conditions. With the deterioration of nephritis, dialysis will be needed for remitting the serious complications and life danger.
Since the dialysis can not bring out a cure and induces several side effects, it can be adopted in the end stage of nephritis (also called uremia), though some patients start it early due to various of reasons.
But actually, aside from these measures, the patients can option Toxin-Removing Therapy, a new invention of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to not only relieve the swelling and protein leakage, but also repair the diseased kidneys with out obvious side effects.
In clinic, Toxin-Removing Therapy will make the advantages of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath Therapy, Full Bath Therapy, Acupuncture, Mai Kang Mixture and other natural treatments according to the patients’ illness conditions so as to clean up the blood environment, recover the blood circulation, provided enough blood, nutrients and oxygen to the tissues and cells, treat against the inflammations, etc. What is more, it can promote the patients to renew better and fast.
With the restoration of kidneys, swelling will be faded away, protein leakage will be stopped, the protein urine will be kept at negative, also the nephritis patients can enjoy their daily life again.
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