“How long can I live once I was diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome?” All patients with Nephritic Syndrome must be concerned about this issue very much. In fact, there is no a specific answer to the question. How long can you live is up to when you start to treat it, the therapy you choose and the severity of your disease.
1. When you start to treat Nephrotic Syndrome
In different periods of Nephrotic Syndrome, the therapeutic effect is also
different. If you can receive timely treatment in time, in most cases, the renal
injury can be reversed and prevent it from developing into the next stage and
2. What therapy you choose
The therapy you choose is directly related to the life expectancy of the
patients with Nephrotic Syndrome. At present, Chinese medicines have more
advantages than western medicines in treating Nephrotic Syndrome. In the western
medicines, the patients mainly use hormone therapy, which can only remit the
clinical symptoms, but can not repair the damage renal structure. Therefore,
their disease is very likely to reoccur when they encounter only mild infections
such as colds.
Traditional Chinese medicines can provide the nutrient factors
for repairing the damaged kidney structure so as to improve and even recover the
normal kidney function.
3. The severity of Nephrotic Syndrome
According to the different pathological categories, the prognosis of
Nephrotic Syndrome is also different. For example, Nephrotic Syndrome in Minimal
Change Nephritis has a better prognosis than that in FSGS. Moreover, if the
patients do not receive effective treatment in time, their kidneys will have
more serious pathological changes. Therefore, early effective treatments are
very important for the patients with Nephrotic Syndrome to prolong their life
Moreover, you should keep healthy dietary habits such as quit alcohol,
smoking and so on. If so, you will be able to as long as the normal people. If
you want to know more information about the diet principles and other healthy
daily guidelines, please consult us on line or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.