Nephrotic syndrome

What is Nephrotic syndrome?

Nephrotic syndrome is a kidney disorder characterised by a number of signs of disease like protein in urine, reduced albumin and edema. The cause is damage to the glomeruli, which can be the cause of the syndrome or caused by it, that alters their capacity to filter the substances transported in the blood.

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sir, my son (10 month baby) is suffering from nephrotic syndrome detected since 10 days after all the clinical examination the doctor prescribed...

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Look this is real situation and what ever medicine child has been given that need to be continue, this is not advisable to...

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hi m on omnacortil from the last six months....i used to have it because i was caught by nephrotic syndrome .....i started with 60 mg i had it...

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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum .You are diagnised as a patient of nephrotic syndrome, so the moon face is the side effect of nephrotic...

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I had nephrotic syndrome when i was 12, im 32 yrs old now and symptoms are starting to come back. I'm not sure what triggers it?! I have also...

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Hi and thanks for the query,

I am afraid nephrotic syndrome actually is not connected to IBS. IBS is a functional gastrointestinal tract disorder,...

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