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Why Chronic Nephritis Is Easy To Relapse

Provided by Expert Zhang Youkang on 2018-11-11 11:07

Chronic Nephritis,RelapseChronic Nephritis is easy to relapse, more and more patients want to get the answers, following this article to get the answers, or you can consult ONLINE DOCTOR directly in free.

1. Treatment is inappropriate. Many patients with acute and chronic nephritis have not received systematic and regular treatment. Some even use nephrotoxic drugs: aminotransferants, gentamicin, kanamycin and streptomycin.

2. If the treatment is right, if it is better, stop taking medicine immediately when you think your illness is good. This is also a cause of recurrent attacks of acute and chronic glomerulonephritis. Many people don't know enough about Kidney Disease. They think that after a period of treatment, if there are no obvious symptoms, they will neglect the treatment or simply stop it. They think that their kidney disease has been cured.

In fact, no matter what the disease, physical symptoms disappear after a period of consolidation treatment. Therefore, many patients with acute and chronic nephritis have no symptoms but are prone to relapse.

3. Prevent the inadequate diet and pay no attention to it: you can not always follow the doctor's prescribed diet, daily diet, eat too much sodium salt and high potassium diet, which aggravates the burden of the kidney and heart.

4. Over-exertion: Over-exertion (such as taking part in heavy physical work and strenuous exercise) and stay up can aggravate the condition of chronic nephritis.

5. Infection of other diseases.

Usually under the action of the above reasons, the clinical manifestations of acute nephritis such as proteinuria, aggravation of hematuria, edema, hypertension, oliguria and even renal insufficiency appear in the same day or in a few days. If the aggravating factors can be removed in time and treated correctly, most patients can get good treatment. Renal function returned to normal. If patients do not pay attention to the above inducing factors, it is likely to lead to the deterioration of the condition, and quickly enter the stage of Uremia.

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