“My daughter has Nephrotic Syndrome. Is it safe for her to take cranberry pills?” Recently a mother consulted our online doctor such a question. If you have any questions on kidney disease, please feel free to contact us.
Benefits of cranberry pills for Nephrotic Syndrome patients
As we all know, cranberry has many benefits, so does cranberry pills. In general, to take it under the instruction of your doctor is good for health. For example, it can help reduce low density lipoprotein oxidation which lowers the risk for heart disease. It can help flush out the kidneys, reducing the risk of kidney stones. Besides, it can prevent urinary tract infections. And its bacterial anti-adhesion properties can detox your body to set up a clean internal environment for the damaged kidneys to heal themselves.
However, it can not help repair kidney damage and improve kidney function. That is to say, it can not help you solve the problem of relapse. If you have had enough of the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome. You can combine healthy diet with Chinese medicine. Chinese medicine does not bring you so many side effects as western medicine. And it can also draw toxins out of the renal cells and expel waste products out of the blood. Moreover, it can dilate blood vessels and remove stasis to improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys to provide them with enough oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicines to speed up kidney recovery. After short-term treatment, symptoms such as proteinuria, swelling, hyperlipemia and so on will get relieved. After long-term treatment, Nephrotic Syndrome will stabilize, and because the kidneys heal themselves, your disease won’t relapse easily.
Is it safe for Nephrotic Syndrome patients to take cranberry pills? Moderate intake is good, but you had better talk with your doctor before taking them. And even though they have so many benefits, they can not replace your medical treatment. For more information on Nephrotic Syndrome treatment, please leave a message below or send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.