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Treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome Patient Facing Hair Fall

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2017-07-11 17:34

Treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome Patient Facing Hair Fall,Micro-Chinese Medicine OsmotherapyP: Hello, I am suffering from Nephrotic Syndrome and now I am facing hair fall. Please help.

D: Hello, do you have blood and protein in urine (Proteinuria) and Swelling in your body?

P: I have protein in urine. Little bit of swelling in ankle and eyes.

D: The above you have are the common symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome. In order to prevent it deterioration, timely and proper therapy should be taken. And do you know why hairs fall in Nephrotic Syndrome?

P: Nope.

D: When patient has a cold or infection, the immune complexes will deposit in kidney. With time goes by, there are lots of immune complexes in kidney, causing kidney tissues damage. Protein will leak out in urine. However, the main substance of hair is protein, thus with the protein leakage, hairs fall.

P: What is the treatment you have?

D: We adopt unique TCM treatments to eliminate Swelling and make Proteinuria negative. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can repair the kidney damage and control proteinuria from the root, so it can relieve the hair fall. Immunotherapy is also used to eliminate the immune complexes retention in kidney and improve renal function effectively.

For you case, we can send you some related information and suggestion, can you give us your email box and phone number or whatsapp?

P: Yes, I can.

D: Ok, we will contact you within 24h. Please pay attention to picking the phone and checking your email!

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