Homeopathy Medicine for Nephritic Syndrome


The symptoms of nephrotic syndrome, which include excessive protein in the urine, insufficient protein in the blood, excessive fat or cholesterol in the blood, and swelling, indicate that the kidneys are not functioning as they should.

This syndrome may result from an episode of glomerulo-nephritis, malaria, or allergic or toxic events like bee sting, position ivy, etc., and is characterized by generalized oedema, heavy proteinuria, and a decrease in the concentration of plasma albumen.


There are distinct causes for each kind of acute nephritis.

Interstitial nephritis

An allergic reaction, which is the body’s immediate reaction to a foreign substance, frequently results in this type of inflammation. This makes the body attack itself, which causes inflammation.

Interstitial nephritis can also result from low blood potassium levels, which regulate numerous bodily processes like metabolism and heartbeat.

Long-term medication use has been shown to cause interstitial nephritis and kidney tissue damage.


The primary cause of most cases of pyelonephritis isE.coliinfections caused by bacteria, which can travel up the urethra and into the bladder and kidneys to cause pyelonephritis. This type of bacteria is typically found in the large intestine and is excreted in our stool.

Pyelonephritis has a number of other potential causes besides bacterial infection, such as:

  • examinations of the bladder conducted through the use of a cystoscope
  • the ureters, kidneys, or bladder are operated on
  • Kidney stone development, as well as the development of waste-containing mineral-rock formations


Although there is no known primary cause for this kind of kidney infection, certain circumstances can promote an infection, including:

  • immunity-related issues
  • History of cancer
  • a ruptured abscess that passes through our blood and ends up in our kidneys

Acute nephritis

Acute nephritis is more likely to affect certain individuals. These risk factors include:

  • kidney infection and disease running in the family
  • having a lupus or other immune system disease
  • taking excessive doses of painkillers or antibiotics
  • Urinary tract surgery recently


The three types of acute nephritis each have different symptoms, but the following are the most typical ones for all three:

  • Pain in the pelvis
  • Urinating with discomfort or a burning sensation
  • Frequent need to urinate
  • Cloudy urine
  • urine with pus or blood in it
  • abdominal or kidney-related pain
  • body swelling, typically in the legs, feet, and face
  • Vomiting
  • Fever
  • High blood pressure


ARSENICUM ALBUM –Useful for black, dung-colored urine that is hurried and involuntary and contains epithelial cells, cylindrical fibrin clots, globules of pus, and blood. There is a feeling of weakness in the abdomen after urinating. Useful for atony of the bladder, which causes paralysis and urine retention.

APIS MEL –Useful for burning and soreness when urinating, dysuria with last drop scalds, burns, scanty, high-colored urine, and with casts, as well as albuminuria with coffee ground sediment. There is urine incontinence during the day but not at night. Useful for difficult, frequent, and slow urination; must press to pass urine. There is stinging pain while urinating.

CANTHARIS –When urine burns and scalds, there is cutting pain and intolerable urging to urinate. It is also useful for cutting pain before, during, and after urination.

COLCHICUM –Useful when there is increased urine output and increased urging that is hot, brightly colored, bloody, and nearly ink-black with black sediment.

TEREBINTH –Useful for smoky urine with coffee grounds or thick yellow and slimy sediment. Useful for Urethritis & Nephritis. There is constant tenesmus and strangulation with bloody urine. There is burning, drawing pain in the region of the kidneys, along the ureters.


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