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Can Nephrotic Syndrome Cause Frothy Urine

Can Nephrotic Syndrome Cause Frothy UrineIn addition to some common symptoms like proteinuria, edema, blood urine, high blood pressure, is there any symptoms appear in Nephrotic Syndrome? Sometimes, when a person is diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome, he or she may find frothy in urine but some are not. So patients want to know the answer of can nephrotic syndrome cause frothy urine? If yes, how to treat it thoroughly?

Can nephrotic syndrome cause frothy urine?

The answer should be yes. Frothy urine, we can also call it proteinuria, caused by a lot of protein leaked out in urine. Why? The reason may blame to the glomeruli damage. For nephrotic syndrome patients, when the impaired glomeruli leaks too much protein which is beyond the reabsorption of renal tubules, the extra protein will be contained in the urine and eliminated out of the body. Then proteinuria or frothy urine occurs. In view of this, to treat frothy urine from the root, we should repair damaged glomeruli firstly.

How to treat frothy urine in nephrotic syndrome?

Leave out having a healthy diet which plays an important role in alleviating frothy urine in nephrotic syndrome, here, a natural therapy-Hot Compress Therapy is highly recommended to patients. Although it is based on Chinese herbal medicines, on the contrary, this therapy is used externally, which is so good especially for children with nephrotic syndrome. And patients only need to lie in bed and put two bags filled with micronized herbs under the lower back. Then with the help of osmosis instrument and blood circulation, the active material will directly arrive at the damaged kidney. Through a series of functions, glomeruli can be repaired just as normals and kidney function also can be improved from the root. As long as this process can be done successfully, frothy urine will disappear in a short time.

If you are interested to know more information about this magic therapy, feel free to let us know soon, we are bound to help you try our best.

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