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If you happen to be a Nephrotic Syndrome patient, you should know you are more prone to have a cold than other people, which is also one leading cause of relapse of nephrotic syndrome. Well then, what should you do when you get cold with the type of renal damage?
First, you should find out the underlying cause.
Why nephrotic syndrome patients become the familiar victims of colds? According to thousands of research, we get the conclusion. In patients with nephrotic syndrome, the underlying cause of kidney damage and frequent flu is also the underlying immune problem. That’s to say, if you are easily attacked by cold or flu, you are considered to have a poor immune system. When system are failed, they cannot fight against the virus and bacteria from outer space. As a result. The virus will combine with the antibodies and form a new substance called “immune complex”. In return, immune complexes deposit in the kidneys which also can cause further damage on immune system.
Second, after understanding, you are suggested to do the following things:
On the one hand, you should take good care of yourself and strengthen immune system to prevent cold.
1. You are suggested to eat more fruits and vegetable so as to supply necessary vitamins.
2. You should design a regular exercise plan, so that your can enhance immunity.
3. You also are suggested to talk with your doctor and take some medicines to control the symptoms of cold.
On the other hand, you should take effective medical treatments so as to repair kidney damage and enhance immunity from the root.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an effective treatment which are widely used in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital. The therapy can combine with immune complexes, split them and remove them from your kidneys so as to cease kidney inflammation. It can also dilate blood vessels and block blood clotting to improve blood circulation, which helps kidney self-healing. In the condition, you won’t worry about getting cold and its relapse.
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