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Glomerular Nephritis, also known as Glomerulonephritis, is a renal disease characterized by inflammation of the glomeruli. Without effective treatment, the illness condition will progresses into Kidney Failure over time. Nowadays, homeopathic medicine is a remedy that has been used in several areas. Well then, is it successful in treating the damage?
To be frank, to know the answer, we should have a good understanding about the disease and homeopathy remedy.
It is well known that our kidneys consist of millions of glomerulus which is important filter units of our body. Actually, there are many disease can cause inflammation on the kidneys. When there is something wrong with your glomerular, your body will suffer from symptoms like blood in urine, protein in urine, frequent urination, feeling lethargic and so on.
Well then, how does homeopathy remedy treat glomerular nephritis?
Homeopathy remedy is “like cures like”. The doctors who use homeopathy to treat nephritis believe this therapy treats patients as a whole. This treatment is based on the theory that if one substance causes a symptom in a healthy person, give the patient a quite small amount of the same substance that may cure this disease. Therefore, homeopathic medicines should be selected after doing a full examination and getting an overall understanding of patients’ symptoms.
More systemic treatment for kidney disease patients.
In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is very popular and effective to repair kidney damage and improve renal function from the root. In this therapy, some medicines which have strong immunological competence are taken to combine, split and discharge immune complexes, so as to inhibit inflammation within kidneys. In addition, some medicines also have the functions such as anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix and so on. After a period treatment, kidney function can be well improved from the root. Wanna more details, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly.