The treatment of nephrotic syndrome is a complex process, as it is no longer simply a disease. It includes many diseases, and diseases of various organs may occur. Therefore, higher requirements are placed on the treatment methods. Otherwise, improper methods may aggravate the disease or recur. How can nephrotic syndrome be treated without recurrence?
How to treat nephrotic syndrome without recurrence requires two aspects: symptomatic treatment and etiological treatment.
The symptomatic treatment of nephrotic syndrome includes the use of powerful diuretics to control edema, antibiotic to control infection, antihypertensive drugs to control hypertension, and dialysis treatment to control uremia in case of severe renal failure.
The importance of symptomatic treatment cannot be ignored. The benefits of controlling uremia, edema, and infection are well-known. Controlling hypertension can delay the development of glomerulopathy, reduce the damage of hypertensive vascular disease to the kidneys, and thus preserve renal function and prolong patient life. Many glomerulonephritis, even if severe, cannot or does not require special treatment. Various glomerulonephritis have their own natural course, and many may have spontaneous remission or even recovery. Therefore, symptomatic treatment has its own rationality.
Etiology is very important in how to treat nephrotic syndrome without recurrence, including removing antigen, changing immunological balance, and controlling or removing inflammatory mediators. There are about 20-30 confirmed antigens for glomerulopathy, but most of them still belong to unknown reasons that cannot be removed. Some antigens, such as foreign infectious factors, can be expected to recover from glomerulopathy after removal, while others are endogenous and cannot be removed. Even if free antigens are removed, the damage caused by immune complexes cannot be recovered. Therefore, immune balance therapy, mainly based on traditional Chinese medicine intervention therapy, is currently the main etiological treatment. Generally, immunosuppressants are used to reduce the formation of antibodies and prevent the formation or size change of immune complexes, and then traditional Chinese medicine ion therapy is used to fully remove antibodies and/or circulating immune complexes by utilizing the active function of traditional Chinese medicine.
On the issue of how to treat nephrotic syndrome without recurrence, it is also useful to increase the immune response so that the formed immune complex is too large to settle in the glomerulus. The latter method and the treatment of stimulating cellular immune ability are still in the cradle, and any conclusion is still too early. Immunosuppressants also have certain anti-inflammatory effects, and the use of prostate synthesis inhibitors and other antiplatelet drugs focuses on inhibiting or removing mediating factors of inflammation. However, based on the above evaluation, the use of traditional Chinese medicine mechanistic intervention therapy for clearing immune complexes is relatively ideal, with significant effects in terms of efficacy, side effects, and degree of complications.
However, from the above description, if you want to achieve quick results, you can choose Western medicine, but the side effects are limited. If you want to treat nephrotic syndrome without recurrence, we can completely regulate it through traditional Chinese medicine treatment of nephrotic syndrome. After all, traditional Chinese medicine may have more experience in treating nephrotic syndrome that is worth learning from