Nephrotic syndrome is a group of symptoms which is more likely to relapse. This troubles doctors and patients a lot and makes them take all efforts to find the best way to get rid of nephrotic syndrome.
Speaking of the best way to get rid of nephrotic syndrome, I find 3 conclusions about the solutions.
Firstly, I want to say that there is no best way, but properest way for you. Why I say like this? As we all say that no best, but better. For treating disease, there is no a best way which can cure all patients. However, as long as patients can get the properest management to their own conditions, they will get the as much as possible remissions.
Secondly, it is hard for a patient with nephrotic syndrome to get a reverse by only single treatments. From the view of Chinese Medicine, the body is a holistic system and each organs and tissues relate to each other. When there is diseased tissue occurs in your kidney, it not only says your kidneys are damaged, but indicates something that affects your holistic system. Kidney damage is just a sign of your poor health.
Also, when the kidneys are damaged, relative organs and systems will be affected over years. Thereby, to get rid of the nephrotic syndrome completely, usually a mixed treatment group will be involved. To take the greatest effects, Steroid Therapy, Micro-Chinese Medicine, Dialysis, Immunotherapy etc are always involved.
Thirdly, lifestyle changes is a suppletive treatment which plays more important role in sustain the effects of medical treatment. Why some patients are easier to get relapse than others? One important reason is the poor lifestyle. Many doctors know that to maintain your remission, is more difficult than control your condition sometimes, especially for the immune-related Kidney Diseases. And lifestyle is a leading cause to break the treatment effects.
In my opinion, there is no way to say that no cure for Nephrotic Syndrome, because we see many cases with NS live a full life without relapse. Why nephrotic syndrome does occur in some other cases usually? Ask the question and get the answer from yourself. Treatment choices and lifestyle management depend on your own and contribute to different results.