Generally speaking, Lupus Nephritis is a serious secondary disease caused by SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus). It may be caused by various reasons,like heredity,virus infection,ultraviolet irradiation,drugs or estrogen,and so on. Lupus Nephritis is a kind of typical Autoimmune compound nephritis. Here the article can help you learn more about your disease condition and take better care of yourself. ONLINE DOCTOR can help you get more details directly and quickly for free.
Fatigue is a kind of subjective feeling of discomfort in one’s spirit and body. Because it is common in daily life, less people pay more attention to their own state of health and take the timely test on themselves. But different disease will cause different degrees of fatigue. It may be a less obvious symptom caused by some serious diseases.
Compared with fatigue,loss of appetite is more common in our daily life. The weather,mood or even improper exercises will all cause it. In fact that was not the case. Loss of appetite will be caused by various acute or chronic stomach illness,phthisis, ESRD,Heart Failure,hepatitis...etc. So if you have no appetite for a long time and there seems to be no other way to relieve your disease condition,it is necessary for you to take some minute inspections to avoid the exacerbation of some diseases.
Renal lesions caused by SLE will damage the patients’ whole systemic multiple systems and organs,leading to many serious symptoms and complications,including tiredness and loss of
There are some effective treatments, such as TCM stereoscopic therapies. They based on Chinese medicine that have little side effect. They includes medicated bath, hot compress, enema therapy, circle therapy, acupuncture and moxibustion and so on. They can also remove the accumulated toxins from the body as the dialysis does. They may help alleviate pain of fatigue and vomiting.
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