1. edema: almost all patients with nephrotic syndrome have varying degrees of edema, often the first symptom of the disease, and most of the secret occurs. Edema is most evident in the face, lower limbs and scrotum; edema lasts for weeks or months; some patients are swollen during the entire course of the disease; others are swollen and swollen; serous cavities often occur in severe cases. It is worth noting that, when the patient is infected, edema often aggravates or relapses, and can even occur in the presence of nitrogen.
2. hypoproteinemia: This is an obvious nephrotic syndrome with a decrease in plasma protein and a significant association with albuminuria.
3. digestive tract symptoms: because of gastrointestinal edema, often suffer from anorexia, nausea, vomiting and abdominal distension and other gastrointestinal dysfunction symptoms. These symptoms can also be aggravated when the patient is suffering from hypoxemia.
4., less urine: the patient's urine volume is often less than 400ml/ days, serious or even no urine.
5., mental symptoms: patients often have pale complexion, weak body, mental weakness and other symptoms.
6. infection: the patient has a history of infection before the onset, such as respiratory tract infections, skin infections and so on.
7. blood pressure fluctuations: the majority of patients with nephrotic syndrome normal blood pressure, a small number of hypertension.
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