Most patients with Membranous Nephropathy have the symptoms of nephrotic syndrome. A great amount of protein is one of the biggest problems which make them headache. So how to treat proteinuria in membranous nephropathy?
Who has the risk to suffer from membranous nephropathy?
Many people have been affected by membranous nephropathy with no causes which
are called primary disease. Usually autoimmune diseases can cause membranous
nephropathy, such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. Infections including
hepatitis b virus would lead to this disease too. Tumors in digestive tract,
respiratory system or the thyroid also have the risk to arouse membranous
lesion. In the end, some drugs or poison would damage kidneys and hurt
How to treat proteinuria?
It is known that proteinuria caused by membranous nephropathy is not easy to
remove. Patients always have a very severe protein leakage in the urine. In most
cases the amount of protein in urine (24hours) is more than 3.5g/d and less than
15g/d. so they have a low protein level in their blood. Do you know what would
First of all, people would have serious swelling in their body due to the low
protein level in their body. Some patients cannot wear shoes and their weight
gain too much, which bring them not only the inconvenience in movement but also
high blood pressure. Second, it would lead to thrombus easily, resulting in
blood vessel blockages.
In our hospital, micro-Chinese medicine Osmotherapy can resolve all these
problems. The ingredients of Chinese herbs can dilate the blood vessels and
accelerate the microcirculation, which can lower down the blood pressure and
clean the thrombus. Furthermore, it can degrade the immune complexes and
discharge them from the body in order to block the harmful inflammation. What is
more, Chinese herbs can regulate people’s immunity in order to reduce the
relapse of membranous nephropathy. In the end, they can repair the kidney
tissues in order to reduce the protein leakage.
Micro-Chinese medicine Osmotherapy has a good curative effect in membranous
nephropathy treatment. You can consult our experts online for more details.