Hi, Doctor. My son was diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome 2 years ago. But his disease condition seems to be more serious than others. Now he is worse than before. He is pale, anorectic, anxious and listless. We all worried about his disease but don't know what to do. He has been taking glucocorticoids for a long time and the effects are not obvious. Why is he listless and anxious? Is there any other option that can help him rescue his disease condition?
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For most of patients with Nephrotic Syndrome, impaired kidneys can not work effectively and regularly. Thus the leakage of protein, edema, HLP (hyperlipidaemia) and hypoproteinemia are the typical characteristics of Nephrotic Syndrome. There are no specific treatments that can be used to cure patient’s renal damage. In general, glucocorticoids are commonly used to control and relieve patient’s disease condition.
For children, long-term use of glucocorticoids effects their growth and development badly. Besides, the accumulation of lots of toxins also aggravates children’s remaining health. Day by day, these children will be listless and anxious. The worse is that serious side affects will also appear, influencing kids healthy.
It is necessary to take timely and effective treatments to prevent children’s renal damage and avoid dialysis as far as possible. Conservative therapy is recommendatory to help realize the goal. Any problems or doubts about disease or unique treatments, please Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave message on below, we are glad to offer you more professional guidance quickly for free.