What Are the Causes and Treatment of Nephritis

What Are the Causes and Treatment of NephritisLatent nephritis is a common clinical type of primary glomerular disease. Without a good prevention, control and treatment, the nephritis can develop into renal failure. sometime, knowing the causes for nephritis and kidney damage can help patients for a healthy life. Then, what are the causes of latent nephritis?

When our immunity decreases in a certain time, patients are easily to be attacked by cold, upper respiratory infections, influenza and so on, with the released of inflammatory factors due to the insufficient blood and oxygen, when the inflammation occur in the membrane area of glomerular capillary, damaging the function of mesangial cells, symptoms such as clinical protein and occult blood appear. All in all, the nephritis is caused by two ways, ischemia and anoxia of the kidney and ultra immune responses in kidneys.

Nephritis is easily to be cured, so patients should have a timely and effective treatment. Here, we can recommend you our Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which mainly depends on traditional Chinese herbal medicine which is natural and without side effect.

The kinds and dosages of herbs are given to patients according to their specific physical conditions and the processed medicines are applied on the kidney regions externally. The active substances in medicines has functions of expending blood vessels, anti-inflammtion, anti-freezing and degrading extra cellular matrix. With the increased healthy blood perfusion supply for kidneys, the kidney damage can be blocked and kidney function also can be promoted.

If you want to know more information about our therapy for nephritis, you can contact our online doctors, leave us messages or send email to kidneyfight@hotmail.com, we will reply you within 24 hours.


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