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Nephritis

Nephritis

Nephritis is a type of kidney disease in which the kidneys' tiny filters called glomeruli are damaged. Glomeruli remove extra fluid, wastes and electrolytes out of the body. If not treated, people with this disorder will develop into complete Kidney Failure requiring renal replacement therapy such as dialysis or kidney transplant.

Causes

Nephritis may be caused by problems with the body's immune system.

The condition may develop quickly, and renal function is lost within weeks or months (known as rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis).

25% of individuals with Chronic Nephritis don't have history of renal disease.

Conditions that increase one's risk for glomerulonephritis may include:

- History of cancer;

- Infections like strep infections, viruses, heart infections;

- Blood or lymphatic system disorders;

- Exposure to hydrocarbon solvents.

Other causes or risk factors for Nephritis also include amyloidosis, FSGS, Henoch-Schonlein purpura, SLE, IgA kidney disease, Membranoproliferative GN, Goodpasture syndrome, etc.

Tests & Diagnosis

Kidney damage is slow and progressive, so it's not usually obvious at first. Unfortunately, lots of damage can be done before any symptoms become noticeable, and at times, it's only picked up during routine blood or urine testing.

If Nephritis is suspected, the doctor will review one's medical history. The history is followed by a physical exam and tests as below might be ordered:

▪ Blood test. By measuring toxic wastes (like creatinine and BUN) levels, doctor can know about kidney damage and impairment of the glomeruli.

▪ Urine test. A urinalysis may reveal elements that shouldn't present, such as protein or red blood cells.

▪ Imaging tests. After detection of kidney damage, the doctor may recommend tests including ultrasound, CT scan, or X-ray.

▪ A kidney biopsy. This might be performed to confirm the diagnosis of Nephritis.

Prognosis

Nephritis may be temporary and reversible, or it may get worse. With early detection and prompt treatment, the disease can be managed well and the outlook is good. So far, the most effective treatment to help stop the progression of kidney disease and prevent Kidney Failure is Blood Pollution Therapy. For more detailed introduction, check Here.

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Nephritis

Nephritis is a disease of the kidneys in which there is inflammation of the filtering units, called glomeruli. If the disorder is mild, it may not cause any symptoms. In this case, the disease may be discovered only if protein or blood is found in the urine during a routine test.

For other individuals, the first clue can be the presence of increased blood pressure. If symptoms of Nephritis appear, they can include swelling of the body (such as eyes, feet, ankles, lower legs), decreased urine output, and pink or bloody colored urine (due to hematuria or blood in urine).

High levels of protein leakage from the urine can cause the urine to appear frothy or foamy.

With severely increased blood pressure, some patients will suffer from headaches. As renal function getting worse and worse, symptoms will worsen and Kidney Failure can be caused. More severe symptoms will occur including fatigue, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, difficulty breathing, tremulousness, confusion or coma.

Call your doctor if you is putting out less urine then normal or if urine looks bloody or abnormally dark. Also call your doctor if you notice unusual swelling, particularly around the eyes or in the legs or feet. If you have a history of a kidney problem and you present any of the above symptoms, you should seek medical assistance without delay.

Nephritis is a serious condition. Left untreated, the disorder can result in Chronic Kidney Failure, End Stage Renal Disease, elevated blood pressure, congestive heart failure, pulmonary edema, and an increased risk of other infections, especially urinary tract and kidney infections.

To date, the most effective treatment to stop the progression of this type of disease is known as Blood Pollution Therapy. Under this treatment, patients can avoid Kidney Failure and dialysis successfully and live a fully normal life. To get more detailed introduction about this therapy, please check Here.

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Lupus Nephritis treatment

Kidney Disease Hospital brings together some of the nation's top authorities to treat and diagnose Nephritis. Our program is one of the few in the nation that specialized in both these early and advanced stages of kidney disease. This means that we have a level of experience and expertise that help improve your outlook for successful treatment.

You care is customized by a team of kidney experts, as well as trained support staff. They communicate and collaborate closely with each other and with you to ensure the most effective treatment and best curative effects.

We are constantly researching new and better ways fighting kidney disease. This means we are able to offer clinical trials of new treatments that might not be available elsewhere.

If you are your beloved one has been diagnosed with Nephritis, our kidney doctor will discuss with you about the most suitable treatment. One or more of the options below may be used to manage your disease.

Blood Pollution Therapy

In 2013, Blood Pollution Therapy is the most effective treatment for Nephritis, as it can remove the underlying cause of kidney disease - unhealthy blood. With clean blood and gradually restored kidney function, patients can expect a good recovery.

As a systematic therapy, the whole treatment process may include three parts: remove blood stasis with advanced Blood Purification techniques, clear up harmful substances out of the body with Chinese medicine, repair kidney damage and recovery the overall renal function.

The earlier you get holistic treatment, the better outlook you will surely have. If you would like to get evaluated for Blood Pollution Therapy, please feel free to Contact Us.

Immunotherapy

For autoimmune kidney disorder like Nephritis, Immunotherapy is an effective treatment option. It can not only help kidney patients get rid of various symptoms and discomforts, but also treat the disease fundamentally and rebuild the immune system. By doing this, the disease will not relapse.

The whole treatment process includes six steps, and specific steps are chosen according to individualized illness condition. For more introduction about this therapy, please check Here

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy

This is a novel development of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), and it is applied externally with no side effect to human body.

Chinese medicine can take effective to expand the blood vessels, promote blood circulation, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degrade and eliminate harmful substances like immune complex deposits, as well as supply essential nutrients to support the increase of renal function. If you are interested to know more information, please chat with our online doctor.

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Lupus Nephritis

In CKD, people who learn a lot about their disease and how to take care of themselves stay healthier. The more you know, the more you can help yourself. Taking steps to live healthier life with Nephritis can help to extend your life, decrease your symptoms, and improve your overall well-being. Check section as below to learn more helpful information. Or, Request an Appointment with our kidney experts team for professional advice!

Have a healthy diet

Consider dietary changes as "adjustments" necessary to optimize your health. Your dietary needs will fluctuate regularly depending on your blood-work, symptoms and over-all health. Calculate your optimal protein needs, which will vary depending on your stage of kidney disease. Restrict your sodium intake by avoiding salty foods, processed foods, canned foods, salted snacks, and processed meats. You may also need to manage or limit your intake of high potassium or high phosphorus foods. To get the best meal plan in your situation, please feel free to Contact Us to get professional advice from our kidney doctor.

Be physically active

For people with kidney problem, physical activity can help rid the body of toxins, reduce the risk and complications of Diabetes, and improve blood circulation. Please consult your doctor for the best exercises for your health. Yoga has positive health benefits including promoting your flexibility and decreasing stress.

Keep healthy mental state

Establish a positive reinforcement cycle that will help you to feel good about your day and your choices. Knowing that you're doing the best to optimize your health has a tremendous positive impact on your outlook on life.

Monitor the blood pressure

In-home blood pressure monitors are widely available and reliable. Blood pressure monitors are also useful for tracking the resting pulse rate, which can be useful in identifying other health issues like increased potassium level.

Take other steps such as adopting a loving pet, avoiding alcohol and caffeine, eating fresh vegetables, add natural spices like red pepper, turmeric to your foods rather than salt, getting 8 hours of sleep may all add up to help you live a healthier, happier life with Nephritis.

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