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How to Treat Proteinuria in Nephrotic Syndrome

How to Cure Proteinuria in Nephrotic SyndromeProteinuria presents as foamy urine. With swelling together, they are the most common complain among Nephrotic Syndrome patients. Swelling refers to fluid retention and usually results from severe protein leakage in Nephrotic Syndrome. Therefore, when proteinuria is treated well, swelling is alleviated naturally. Well, how to treat proteinuria in Nephrotic Syndrome?

Proteinuria refers to the presence of excess protein in urine. Normally, no protein can be detected in urine, but in Nephrotic Syndrome, due to seriously damaged glomerular filtration membrane, protein leak into urine while flowing through kidney with blood. Consequently, proteinuria appears. When protein in blood reduces severely, plasma osmotic pressure decreases, as a result of which, fluid retention is caused.

To cure proteinuria in Nephrotic Syndrome, we need to repair injured kidney filtration membrane and stop protein leakage. In this way, further protein leakage is stopped and protein in urine is reduced. Since swelling appears due to severe protein leakage, so when proteinuria is alleviated, fluid retention is alleviate as well.

Glomerular filtration membrane works through mechanical barrier and charge barrier. When these two barriers are impaired and can not perform filtration function properly, protein will leak into urine. So far only Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is proven to be able to repair injured glomerular filtration membrane and increase renal filtration function naturally, so with this herbal treatment, proteinuria can be treated fundamentally.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a herb-based treatment, but differently from TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), all the herbs are used externally, so no side effects are caused during the whole treatment process. It is a good treatment option for proteinuria in Nephrotic Syndrome and if you want to learn more details about it, please leave us a message directly.

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