Yesterday, I received a message from a patient. He asked me what he could do to alleviate the nephrotic syndrome expect dialysis. Other patients with nephrotic syndrome may be interested in this question, too. Here I will introduce some information about nephrotic syndrome.
Are patients in sore need of treating the nephrotic syndrome?
The discomforts which are caused by damaged kidney include swelling, poor appetite, vomiting, weakness and other illness conditions. All these sufferings are called nephrotic syndrome. If the kidney loses its function to remove the excess water, toxins and wastes produced by the body, These sufferings will appear as more and more harmful things which should be eliminated from the body by the kidney are gathered in the body. ThIS medical case forces the patients to accept an effective treatment timely.
Why are patients afraid of dialysis?
As all we known, the dialysis is used to remit the symptoms and prolong the patient life. Besides, it can lead to diseases such as nausea, muscle cramp, itching skin and so on. In addition, the patients have to be on dialysis termly. Hence, patients hope to adopt another therapy?
What treatment can be the alternative method to dialysis?
Toxin-Removing Therapy is a natural treatment which can help patients recover the renal function with relatively less side effects. It applies the herbs which are picked up according to the patients’ physical situations and the classical Chinese medicine theory to improve the kidney self-healing ability by excluding the unnecessary matters, expending the blood vessels, dispelling the blood stasis and promoting the blood circulation. When the kidney gets well, the nephrotic syndrome will fade away, and the patient will turn back to the normal life.
How can I take the treatment? Can I accept the therapy in my country? How can I go to your hospital? What is the therapy cost? How long need I be in the treatment?
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