Proteinuria or presence of significant amounts of protein in the urine is one of the most common foamy urine causes. A small amount of protein is naturally excreted in our urine. However, when this small amount turns to large amounts, the condition is called proteinuria. The responsibility to regulate protein levels in the urine lies with the glomeruli of the kidneys. Times when the glomeruli get infected or damaged and are unable to prevent protein from leaving the body in the urine, proteinuria occurs. When the protein from the urine hits the toilet bowl after urination, foamy urine is produced.
Seeing too many bubbles in urine can be annoying. Though in most cases the cause is not of serious nature, you should not neglect bubbly urine when the condition prevails every time you urinate. Here are some of the physiological conditions that can give rise to bubbly urine.
In clinic, the conventional therapies for protein in urine mainly include the medications like hormones and immunosuppressive drugs. It can not be denied that they show effective efficiency in relieving symptoms like swelling and protein in urine. After a period of hormone therapy, the patients can have an obvious improvement. However, if they reduce the hormone dosages or have infections like a mild cold, the protein in urine will return very soon. Frequent relapses of Nephrotic Syndrome become the most concerned problem by both patients and doctors. Why does it relapse? That is because those medications can not treat the root causes of the disease at all. If the immune complexes deposited in glomeruli are not removed, they will cause continuous damage to the glomerular epithelial cells. In other words, the renal function will keep decline persistently.
Therefore, treating Nephrotic Syndrome and eliminating protein in urine should focus on clearing up the immune complexes in glomeruli and repairing the impaired glomerular epithelial cells. Here the integrant application of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy andImmunotherapy are recommended to the patients with Nephrotic Syndrome.
Immunotherapys are the most primary cells featured with multiple-differentiation and regeneration abilities. Under right condition, they can differentiate into new cells to replace the necrotic epithelial cells to function. If the impaired cells are restored very well, the kidneys recover the normal filtration function. Afterwards, the protein in urine will disappear.
If you or your loved ones are being tortured a lot of proteinuria, maybe you should change your current ineffective treatment and try another treatment.