Anemia is very common to be seen among kidney patients, including Nephrotic Syndrome patients. How to solve such a problem? Can a sufferer of Nephrotic Syndrome drink blood tonic? Read on to learn more information.
If you suffer from anemia, you can drink blood tonic.
The reason why you have anemia is usually associated with kidney damage. The damaged kidneys can not secrete enough erythropoietin to stimulate bone marrows to make red blood cells, leading to anemia. Because the accumulated wastes can shorten the lifespan of red blood cells, anemia will become worse. Anemia can give rise to renal ischemia and anoxia so as to add insult to injury. Therefore, you should take treatment to alleviate such a problem. Blood tonic will be a choice for you. However, this is only temporary medical relief. If you would like to get a permanent control, you should repair kidney damage and promote renal function.
Better treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome
Here Toxin-Removing Treatment is recommended. It is also known as Detoxification Therapy. Actually it includes many Chinese therapies such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Enema Therapy, Moxibustion, Mai Kang Mixture, etc. It can help eliminate waste products and extra fluid from renal inherent cells and blood to make internal environment good for kidney self-healing and other medication application. It can also dissolve stasis adherent to blood vessels to make blood flow fluent so that enough essential elements such as oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicine can be transported into nidus to speed up kidney recovery. After about one week’s treatment, edema will vanish. After about half month’s treatment, your hemoglobin level will increase. You will become energetic. And your proteinuria will decrease or even turn negative. After about one month’s treatment, your disease will be under control. Because both kidney function and immunity get strengthened, the disease won’t relapse easily.
Can a sufferer of Nephrotic Syndrome drink blood tonic? It depends on your anemia degree. If you would like to get personalized guidance from our renal experts, you can send a copy of your lab report to email@example.com. We can help you analyze it and then reply you.