Protein is normally not found in the urine. A very tiny amount of protein in your urine may be common from time to time. However, patients with kidney disease often suffer from proteinuria in different degrees. What causes urine protein? Is there any natural cure?
Causes of urine protein in kidney disease
Proteins in the blood, like albumin and immunoglobulin, are responsible for
helping in coagulation, balancing the body fluids, and fighting infection. We
should also know that kidneys can filter blood through millions of tiny
filtering screens-glomeruli so as to remove waste from blood. These proteins are
too big to pass the glomeruli, so they are usually restrained by the glomerular
For persons with kidney disease, the glomerular filtration membrane is
damaged, and large amounts of proteins will pass through the kidneys and go out
of the body through urine. Consequently, urine protein will present.
Possible symptoms of urine protein
We can not see protein in the urine, and the only way to know if you have
proteinuria is to have your urine tested. In most cases, people have no
symptoms. Possible symptoms may include foamy urine, or swelling in the hands,
feet or face.
Is there any way to cure urine protein in kidney disease naturally?
As the cause of urine protein is due to damaged gloemerular filtration
membrane, we should treat from the basis. Here, we recommend you a natural
remedy-Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This therapy can block the leakage of
protein as well as repair the damaged glomerular basement membrane. Treatment
mechanism is as below:
1. Dilate blood vessels and remove blood stasis so as to improve the renal
2. Anti-inflammation and block inflammatory reaction in order to stop further
damages to renal intrinsic cells.
3. Provide necessary nutrients to the accelerate the repairing of glomerular
basement membrane which can cure urine protein naturally.
Besides, Micro-Chinese Medicine has other significant effects to
anti-coagulation, prevent thrombopoiesis, etc. You can contact our online
experts from more details.