Many factors can cause Chronic Nephritis which refers to the pathological change of glomerulus. Statistics showed that about 15%-20% Chronic Nephritis is derived from Acute Glomerulonephritis. The most commonly seen symptoms of Chronic Nephritis include high blood pressure, edema and abnormality in urine. The symptom of hypertension will occur in patients with Chronic Nephritis sooner or later. And the increase of blood pressure can be either persistent or intermittent, with the increase in diastolic pressure as the feature. The degree of high blood pressure may be different between different people.
The abnormality is almost the necessary symptoms of Chronic Nephritis
patients, including the change of urine volume and color. Patients with edema
have less and less urine while patients without edema have normal urine volume.
When patients have acute attack of Chronic Nephritis, there is apparent
hematuresis, even macroscopic hematuresis. Besides, Chronic Nephritis patients
may have the clinical symptoms such as dizziness, insomnia, fatigability, and
The patients with mild Chronic Nephritis just have edema on the face, around
eyes after getting up in the morning or have edema on the lower extremities and
ankles, even the worse one with edema all over the body.
In daily life, patients with Chronic Nephritis should pay more attention to
their diet. Improper diet often imposes burden on kidney and induces the further
renal damage, which persistently aggravate the ill condition. The requirement
“Two low” for Chronic Nephritis patients refers to low protein and low fat and
“two high” refers to high heat and high vitamin.
Chronic Nephritis patients should not overwork, mentally or physically and
have to have a good rest. Otherwise it will cause metabolic disorder and imposes
burden on kidneys until the kidneys are damaged.
When people have got Chronic Nephritis, they have to treat it timely and
effectively to prevent it from becoming Renal Failure. For more information
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