Parents should not Ignore Your Children’s Nephrotic Syndrome
Do you know Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome? Almost all children with this disease present obvious symptoms, of which the most obvious is swelling and other symptoms are backache, high blood pressure, anemia, abnormal urine discharge etc. Let us know it in detail.
What are the symptoms of Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome? The obvious one is swelling starting from eyelid to lower limbs and anasarca might present when the swelling is severe, and even ascites occurs. The reason of swelling is the retention of sodium and water and the most sensitive sign of it is the sudden weight gain. However, retention of sodium and water might not present as swelling, sometimes recessive swelling. Generally, when extracellular fluid increases to 3kg, swelling will occur.
Some children with Neprotic Syndrome have high blood pressure which is caused by the disorder of blood circulation system. Therefore, people with high blood pressure should have routine test of kidney function. High blood pressure can accelerate the development of cardiovascular complications such as left ventricular hypertropathy (LVH), heart failure and retinopathy etc, and cardiovascular complications is the main murder of children with Nephrotic Syndrome.
Cardiovascular system disorder of patients with Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome can have the symptoms of anemia, backache and bubbles in the urine.
① Anemia is mainly caused by less secretion of erythrogenin because of the kidney damage others can be the loss of blood because of hematuria. Anemia can present sallow complexion and dry hairs etc.
② Backache may present as dull pain, aching pain and even colic pain when they have kidney stone.
③ There is an obvious increase of bubbles in the urine or the symptoms of red urine, cloudy urine, pollakisurie, harnzwang, polyuria, oliguria and anuria etc.
Because of the damage of renal tubules, patients with Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome will present proteinuria. This is mainly because the renal tubules can not reabsorb the proteins in the tubular fluid completely. Sometimes
Experts remind that when the above abnormal symptoms present, one can be sure to have Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome and they should cope with doctors to receive treatment. If you have other questions, you can email to firstname.lastname@example.org. It is our great pleasure if we can help.