kidney disease

High Creatinine and Low Hemoglobin in Nephrotic Syndrome

I have been diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome for more than 5 years, my recent reports show that my creatinine has reached 2.6, and hemoglobin is about 100. What can I do to deal with and low hemoglobi...read more

Nephrotic Syndrome and Joint Swelling

For Nephrotic Syndrome patients, they are no strangers to joint swelling. Here, you can learn about the causes and treatments in detail: Causes of joint swelling in nephrotic syndrome: ☆ Loss of prot...read more

How to Reduce Proteinuria and Edema in Nephrotic Syndrome

Proteinuria and edema are very common in Nephrotic Syndrome patients. What can they do to relieve these symptoms? How do these symptoms happen? Edema Generally, there are three common reasons of edema ...read more

Diet to Prevent Kidney Stones in Nephrotic Syndrome

Nephrotic Syndrome patients are easy preys of the disease kidney stone, so, for these patients, they should make some preventive measures in their daily life. The following diet can help patients a lot...read more

Is There A Cure for Nephrotic Syndrome

For patients with Nephrotic Syndrome, their major concerns can be is there a cure for this disorder or how long can I live with it. Here, we will talk about the previous question in detail: Nephrotic S...read more

Natural Herbs for Swelling in Nephrotic Syndrome

Swelling is a common symptom of Nephrotic Syndrome. Some natural herbs, which help patients alleviate this symptom, are introduced in the following contents. The two major reasons of swelling are massi...read more

Are Green Leafy Vegetables Good for Nephrotic Syndrome

Many Nephrotic Syndrome patients are suggested to eat more green leafy vegetables, but are all these vegetables good for them? After reading this article, you can learn about its benefits and what kind...read more

How to Treat Proteinuria++ and Creatinine 2.8 in Nephrotic Syndrome

Nephrotic Syndrome refers to a group of syndromes featured with increased glomerular basement membrane permeability and decreased GFR. However, if the medical report show proteinuria++ and creatinine 2...read more

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