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Renal Hypertension and Nosebleed in Purpura Nephritis Creatinine 4.8

Provided by Expert Zhang Youkang on 2014-09-04 08:18

Renal Hypertension and Nosebleed in Purpura Nephritis Creatinine 4.8As the kidney disease worsens,there are many obvious and serious symptoms and complications will appear,effecting patients’ daily life and aggravating their disease condition. Here the article hopes that it can help more Purpura Nephritis patients take better care of themselves and delay the worsening of renal function. ONLINE DOCTOR can help you get more details about your disease condition directly and quickly for free.

Purpura Nephritis is a clinical manifestation caused by the HSP (Henoch-Schonlein Purpura) with Necrotizing vasculitis. It will effect patients’ systemic multiple systems actually. The renal lesions mainly appear within one month after the skin purpura. It is more common in young adults and will also cause many symptoms.,like high blood pressure,nose bleeds and so on.

In fact,it is a common symptom in all of CKD patients with renal hypertension. Owing to the renal damage, increased renin will activate RAAS (Renin-angiotensin-aldosterone System) and elevating blood pressure. Besides,excess water,toxin,waste and metabolite will accumulate in blood,increasing the blood volume and worsening the renal hypertension. Then the capillary injury makes nosebleed prone to occur. Worse,hypertension aggravates this symptom.

In clinic,hormonotherapy is commonly used to delay and control the exacerbation of renal damage. But it will also cause many serious side affects for patients’ remaining health.

So it is recommended for patients to take some timely and effective treatments to control and relieve their disease condition. Immunotherapy and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy may be more suitable for your condition. As a kind of innovative TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine),it is more proper for patients to protect their remaining health as far as possible. The most important is that it creates a better internal environment and promote the renal recovery.

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