Nephrotic syndrome is a condition with a group of symptoms including massive proteinuria, edema, hyperlipidemia and hypoproteinemia. How to treat proteinuria is a major problem in question to patients. A natural remedy for proteinuria in nephrotic syndrome is suggested.
The causes of proteinuria in nephrotic syndrome
The glomeruli in the kidneys act as filters in the kidneys and can filter waste and excess fluid from the body. Normally, proteins are too large to pass through the glomerulus. However, nephrotic syndrome, kidney filters become inflamed and deterioration and failure normal barrier function. Consequently, large amounts of protein to pass through the glomerulus and end up in urine. If proteins become great in the urine, the urine to become foamy or frothy.
Natural Remedy for proteinuria in nephrotic syndrome
Hormone such as prednisone are often used to treat proteinuria in nephrotic syndrome. Can relieve inflammation in the kidneys to reduce permeability of the renal blood vessels, thereby reducing the protein in the urine. However, as the underlying cause is not removed, proteinuria in nephrotic syndrome often still relapse. In addition, the long-term use of hormone can produce a ton of adverse effects on the body, such as edema, high blood pressure, moon face etc. How to eliminate the side effects of the hormone? Tell firstname.lastname@example.org for more suggestions.
Is there a natural remedy for proteinuria in the nephrotic syndrome free of side effects? Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a recommended treatment for nephrotic syndrome. It is a natural herbal treatment based on traditional Chinese herbal medicine. Based on specific disease condition of patients, certain types of herbs are applied in treatment. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy works in the following ways to treat proteinuria in nephrotic syndrome.
- Suppress inflammation in the kidneys and improve permeability of the renal blood vessels, thus reducing the leakage of protein in the urine.
- The effective medicines can regenerate the glomeruli with disabilities to improve renal function. If the barrier function of the kidneys can be improved proteinuria in nephrotic syndrome will be completely and fundamentally controlled.