About Pyelonephritis

Pyelonephritis is related to chronic pyelonephritis and acute pyelonephritis. An important gene associated with Pyelonephritis is TLR4 (Toll Like Receptor 4), and among its related pathways/superpathways are Innate Immune System and ERK Signaling. The drugs Ciprofloxacin and Nitrofurantoin have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include kidney, liver and spleen, and related phenotypes are no effect and no effect

Major Symptoms of Pyelonephritis

Pyelonephritis is a glomerular disease. Its main symptoms include:

1. Low back pain: Persistent pain or discomfort in the waist may be related to kidney pain and inflammation caused by Pyelonephritis.

2. Hematuria: The appearance of red blood cells in the urine may be caused by glomerular damage and inflammation caused by Pyelonephritis.

3. Proteinuria: The presence of protein in the urine may be caused by glomerular damage and inflammation caused by Pyelonephritis.

4. High blood pressure: High blood pressure (high blood pressure that may affect kidney health) may be caused by glomerular damage and inflammation caused by Pyelonephritis.

5. Renal insufficiency: Renal insufficiency may be caused by glomerular damage and inflammation caused by Pyelonephritis. If you have these symptoms, it is recommended that you seek medical advice as soon as possible and receive your doctor's diagnosis and treatment recommendations.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Pyelonephritis

Suitable lifestyle options for people with Pyelonephritis include the following:

1. Maintain good eating habits, avoid consuming too much salt, fat, caffeine and other irritating foods, and eat more foods rich in vitamin C and potassium. Such as fruits, vegetables and protein-rich foods.

2. Perform regular physical exercise, such as walking, jogging, and swimming, to enhance the body's immunity and reduce disease symptoms.

3. Maintain adequate sleep time, at least 8-8 hours a day, to help the body recover and reduce fatigue.

4. Avoid overexertion, lifting heavy objects, standing for long periods of time and other physical labor to avoid aggravating the condition.

5. Develop regular defecation habits and avoid holding in stool and constipation, which may increase the burden on the kidneys.

6. Follow the doctor's advice, take medicine on time, and pay attention to the side effects and adverse reactions of the medicine.

7. Maintain a good attitude, avoid excessive anxiety and pessimism, and face the disease actively to help with recovery.

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