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How to Prevent Nephrotic Syndrome and Its Treatment?

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2015-08-17 11:41

How to Prevent Nephrotic Syndrome and Its TreatmentFor those who didn't get the disease before: to avoid any kinds of kidney diseases in your daily lives help a lot because several medical conditions result in Nephrotic Syndrome. Beyond that, situations that can contribute to kidney problems such as diabetes and high blood pressure should be avoided. Contact ONLINE DOCTOR to get more details quickly and directly for free.

Taking moderate exercises at least five days a week, 30 minutes per time.

For people who have already gotten it, they should: avoid dehydration; pay extra attention to medications you take; say no to X-ray tests; make certain lifestyle modifications, such as quitting smoking if you happen to be a smoker, avoid tobacco and following renal-friendly diet.

Drugs controlling high blood sugar are also important. Furthermore, high cholesterol level should be treated to reduce the risk of heart and blood vessel problems.

Diuretics (water pills), fruits or vegetables (diet) that is good at relieving swelling works for Nephrotic Syndrome. Low salt diet helps with edema.

Medicines of anticoagulation are adopted in patients with Nephrotic Syndrome. This is because Nephrotic Syndrome patients are prone to suffer from blood clots, so the usage of blood thinners could reduce the risk of developing blood clots.

Hormonotherapy and immunosuppressant are the most commonly used treatments for the disease.

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