Glomerulonephritis, also known as Chronic Nephritis, is an upper respiratory tract infection, streptococcal infection caused by a kidney immune response disease. A cold and diarrhea are a cause of its attack. About 70% of all nephritis are caused by colds.
Symptoms of nephritis after a cold.
Nephritis, the most typical symptoms are edema, lumbago and so on. Acute nephritis in the near future will have obvious edema, generally two weeks after a cold, lumbar acid, eyelid swelling, leg swelling and other symptoms; if it is an acute attack of chronic glomerulonephritis, it will be two or three days after a cold symptoms.
Cold causes nephritis with antibiotics.
Many people will not go to the hospital to treat a cold just now. They will take some cold and antibiotics themselves. Antibiotics are not a panacea. They can cure and cause disease. Antibiotics themselves cause allergic reactions, leading to many adverse reactions such as liver, kidney, blood system, nervous system damage and so on. Leading to nephritis.
Improper use of cold causes kidney damage.
Many cold medicines contain antipyretic analgesics to relieve the symptoms of colds. These antipyretic and analgesic drugs are called "non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs" in medicine and are nephrotoxic. Excessive or inappropriate use of cold drugs containing the "non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs" may lead to kidney damage. In particular populations, such as the elderly, with chronic diseases (diabetes, chronic kidney disease) patients; or in some special conditions, such as diarrhea, dehydration, stress state, while using a variety of drugs, taking cold medicine after the possibility of acute kidney injury greatly increased.
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