What are the Causes of Proteinuria in Kidney Disease and How to Treat It2016-07-01 15:56
Proteinuria means the presence of an excess of serum proteins in the urine. The excess protein in the urine often causes the urine to become foamy. It may occurs in many kinds of kidney disease, such as Nephrotic Syndromes, Minimal Change Disease, FSGS, IgA nephropathy and so on.
What are the causes of proteinuria in kidney disease?
Proteinuria refers to urine with an abnormal amount of protein, because of glomerular filtration function and renal tubular reabsorption function, healthy kidneys don’t allow a significant amount of protein to leak from the kidney filters. However, when these filters are damaged, protein is more likely to leak into the urine, thus forming proteinuria.
From the above we can know that Proteinuria can be caused by glomerular damage and renal tubular damage. Besides that unhealthy diet habit also may lead to proteinuria.
How to treat proteinuria in kidney disease?
Actually, no matter the glomerular damage or renal tubular damage is reduced by kidney damage, so as long as we can find some treatment to repair the damaged kidneys, the proteinuria can be controlled from its root.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as one of the innovation of traditional Chinese Herb Medicine, it has good effect in repairing the damaged kidneys. By anti-thrombosis, anti-coagulation, anti-inflammation and enlarge blood vessels, it can repair the damage kidneys and protect the remaining kidneys from further damage.
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