Alternative Treatment for Steroid of Nephrotic Syndrome in Children
Nephrotic Syndrome is a common kidney disease which usually happens in Children. Due to side effect, alternative treatment for steroid is suggested to the children patient.
Nephrotic Syndrome is a kind of kidney disease which is more occurred on the children. And if this disease has not been controlled well for a long run it will lead to kidney failure. Normally, the patients will be suggested to take the steroids medicines such as prednisone, hexadecadrol, cyclophosphamide, etc. to delay the development of this disease.
Usually, parents must have learnt much about those kinds of medicine as the child has be given prednisone and cyclophosphamide also, but considering of the side effects, the steroids is not suggest for those kinds of medicine for a continue treatment.
Usually, one symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome is proteinuria, which means the renal function has be effected by the long time protein leakage or relapse of kidney problem, and there are many glomerulus have damaged if renal biopsy is performed at that time.
If the kidney function declines, kidneys can not discharge the toxin substances well from the body which lead to other organs and systems problem (such as Digestive System which will lead to has no appetite).
Actually, the children’s nephrotic syndrome is rooted in immune disorder. Nearly 95% of kidney diseases are the result of damaged immune system and low immunity. When immune system is damaged, the harmful foreigners can not be removed when they enter to our body, they will be accumulated in body, forming immune complex connecting with antibodies in body. These immune complexes will move to other organs with the blood circulation. When they achieve to kidney, they will cause damage to our kidney. So in order to treat kidney disease from the root, we should to improve children’s immunity. This is the right direction for the treatment.
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