How long can I live? Is nephrotic treatment effective? "We can't detect the duration of life, but every time a disease occurs, people are panicked and worried about their own illness.". In fact, timely treatment can effectively control the condition of the disease. Next, let's take a detailed look at how best to treat kidney disease.
Prevention of kidney disease
To treat the occurrence of diseases, timely prevention is very important, which will greatly avoid physical harm. How to prevent chronic nephritis? The key lies in timely control of the primary disease. The most common primary disease is chronic glomerulonephritis, accounting for approximately 50% to 60%. It often results in the onset of various glomerular diseases, such as acute glomerulonephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and so on. Others include chronic pyelonephritis, lupus nephritis, urinary calculi, diabetes nephropathy, hypertensive renal artery stenosis, drug-induced nephropathy, etc.
Many factors in life can lead to the occurrence of diseases, but as long as the existence of diseases is found, it is necessary to promptly treat them. Attention should be paid to these diseases that may cause chronic nephritis and active treatment should be taken. For example, acute glomerulonephritis can occur at any age, but it is common in children. The vast majority of cases occur after infection, especially for hemolytic streptococcal infections, which cause changes in glomerulonephritis through immune mechanisms. This type of infection mainly occurs in respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and scarlet fever.
Hospital examinations are also an important means of preventing kidney disease, and it is important to check that your urine is normal. When the above infection occurs, in addition to active treatment, urine routine should also be checked within 2-3 weeks. In the treatment of pyelonephritis, it is important to choose effective antibiotics and full treatment (acute pyelonephritis for 2 weeks, chronic pyelonephritis for 2 months), combined with antibiotics. Renal toxic drugs (such as streptomycin) should be avoided when using drugs.
Due to the powerful compensatory function of the kidney, even if the kidney has been severely damaged and its function is about to decline, due to the compensatory period, the kidney itself does not feel pain nerves, and sometimes many important information is often ignored, leading to sudden deterioration of the condition.
Treatment of kidney disease
Western medicine immunosuppressants for the treatment of nephritis: The combined use of multiple immunosuppressants can play a good role in patients with hormone dependent and hormone resistant kidney disease. At the same time, combined with natural immune balance therapy, multiple target treatment of nephritis can enable immunosuppressants to effectively control the clinical complications of patients in a short period of time, and temporarily control the inflammatory reaction of renal tissue, While traditional Chinese medicine pays more attention to repairing the patient's kidney tissue, so that renal function can be reversed as soon as possible. These immunosuppressive drugs mainly include cyclophosphamide, mycophenolate mofetil (commonly known as mofetil), cyclosporin, and azathioprine.
Traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of nephritis: Tripterygium wilfordii polyglycoside tablets are mainly used in nephrotic patients with hematuria and proteinuria. After proteinuria turns negative, they can be stopped, while prolonging traditional Chinese medicine treatment to protect and repair damaged kidney tissue, so that proteinuria truly turns negative, that it will not recur frequently when encountering inducing factors in the future.
How long can I live? Is nephrotic treatment effective? "You should not have too much burden on the occurrence of kidney disease. There are no diseases that cannot be treated. As long as we have perseverance, there is a possibility of health.". In addition, we should also timely prevent kidney disease in our lives, and be careful not to harm our bodies with kidney disease. If you have any questions, you can also click on our online expert.