Can Anti-inflammatory Lead to Nephrotic Syndrome

Time :Apr 18, 2017    Views :50

Can Anti-inflammatory Lead to Nephrotic SyndromeAs all we know, some medicines have renal toxicity. Then, can anti-inflammatory lead to nephrotic syndrome?

Do you know what is nephrotic syndrome?

Nephrotic syndrome is a joint name of swelling, back pain, blood in urine and other symptoms caused by the damaged kidney. While the kidney can not eliminate the excess fluid, poisons and wastes from body adequately, these harmful factors will be assembled in the body. As a result, patients will have much sufferings with the terrible internal environment.

So, the patients want to know what causes nephrotic syndrome and prevent it from being worse.

Can anti-inflammatory lead to nephrotic syndrome?

Anti-inflammatory includes NSAIDs, Cephalosporin, sulfonamides, etc.

NSAIDs: Aspirin, Diflunisal, Salicylic acid, Disalcid and others.

Cephalosporin: Cefacetrile, Cefackor, Cefacpene, Cefclidine and so on.

Sulfonamides: Sulfanilamide, Sulfamethoxazole, Ampiroxicam, hydrochlorothiazide and other sulfonamides medicines.

Also, there are many drugs which are harmful to the kidney. If you have nephrotic syndrome, please consult the renal doctor to ensure whether the medicine you can take. Also, you can contact our Online Doctor to get a detailed list of the medicine.

What should people do before using these medicines?

For the health people, these medicines have changes to injure the kidney, but it is not a must. Besides, for the nephrotic syndrome patients, it is more likely to make the illness worse with these medicines. In the meanwhile, the persons who are cured from kidney diseases need to pay more attentions to have these medicine to prevent the diseases come back.

If you want to gain more information about anti-inflammatory or the treatments to nephrotic syndrome, please leave a message below or send your illness conditions to e-mail / whatsapp. We will reply you as soon as possible.


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