I am a mother and my son is ten years old. Five years ago, he had a cold and severe Respiratory Tract Infection. However, through two days of treatment, he had Pitting Edema on his both legs. Test report showed Protein 3+, occult blood 2+, 24UPr 3.6g/24h. He was diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome.
Unfortunately, during the five years, I brought him to so many hospitals for treatment, but they all had no improvement. Proteinuria and edema appeared over and over. Recently, the edema appeared again. Protein was 4+.
This time, we decided to a specialized Kidney Disease hospital for treatment—I went to Huaxia Kidney Disease Research Institute.
In here, the test report showed protein 4+, occult blood 1+, 24hours protein quantity 6.26g.
The doctor explained that the reason that my son’s proteinuria and edema always relapse was the accumulated toxins and wastes in the body can not be discharged. And the medicines before we took could only relieve the symptoms.
Through expert consultation, the doctor arranged the combined treatment of Traditional Chinese Medicine and western medicine. In the past, we did not touch Chinese treatments, and did not hear Navel Therapy, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, and Steaming Therapy, even did not know Foot Bath can treat disease, called Foot Bath Therapy.
After 7 days’ treatment, my son’s condition has greatly improved. Edema is relieved and his weight reduced also.
The following are the test report after the treatment. Proteinuria and occult blood are negative and 24UPr also reduced to 0.05g/24h.
Only if we eliminate the toxins and wastes out of the body can medication we take be absorbed effectively and achieve greatest therapeutic effects.
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