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Will You Have Blood in Urine if You Have Nephrotic Syndrome

Will You Have Blood in Urine if You Have Nephrotic SyndromeThe main symptoms to judge whether you have Nephrotic Syndrome or not are that protein in urine is more than 3.5 g/24h and plasma albumin is less than 30 g/L. Besides, you may also have edema and hyperlipemia. Will you have blood in urine if you have Nephrotic Syndrome?

How does Nephrotic Syndrome cause blood in urine?

As a matter as fact, you will have blood in urine. As we all know that Nephrotic Syndrome results from a problem with the kidneys’ filters called glomeruli. Glomeruli are tiny blood vessels in the kidneys that filter waste and excess fluid from the blood, while allowing the blood to retain red blood cells and proteins the body needs. But when the glomeruli are damaged, these red blood cells and proteins may leak into the urine, leading to hematuria and proteinuria. There are two kinds of hematuria, namely microscopic hematuria and gross hematuria. Microscopic hematuria is a medical condition in which urine contains small amounts of blood, while gross hematuria is a medical condition in which blood in urine that can be seen with the naked eyes.

What to do with blood in urine for Nephrotic Syndrome patients?

Blood in urine is usually left alone. Several days later, it will go away on their own. During this course, you should have a good rest on bed and avoid exercise, because exercise may worsen your hematuria. Besides, steroids are often prescribed to inhibit kidney inflammation and decrease the permeability of capillaries, which can reduce the leakage of protein and red blood cells.

If you would like to treat Nephrotic Syndrome without worrying about the side effects of steroids and relapse, systemic treatment is needed. In our hospital, we develop Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Medicated soup and Mai Kang Mixture. The herbs in these therapies are chosen according to your medical condition. But all of them can make your whole body harmonious and balanced, so do your kidneys. With the enhancement of your kidneys, you can live a better life. For more information about our treatment, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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