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Is Protein in Urine A Sign of Development of Chronic Kidney Disease

2017-12-26 16:53

Is Protein in Urine A Sign of Development of Chronic Kidney DiseaseOnce chronic kidney disease (CKD) is diagnosed, the patients want to maintain it well so as to avoid further dialysis and transplant. And then, is protein in urine a sign of development of chronic kidney disease?

As all we know, protein in urine is a symptom of CKD. And some times the patients will be given some medicines or told that their illness condition will be worse with protein in urine. But, it can not be considered as a sign of decrease renal function for CKD patients.

While, is it necessary to treat protein in urine for chronic kidney disease patients?

This is a good question. Some patients do think it is dangerous for them who have protein in urine and some patients expected that it was really no big deal as they are suffering from protein in urine for years and have no other discomforts. But as a doctor, once I know something wrong is there it would be unethical to remedies it.

Medically, if the patients eat too much protein or the kidneys have been damaged, some proteins will be leaked through the microfiltration membrane in our kidneys, and it can not be picked back in the kidney tubules. And thus, the patients can find out some foamy in urine (a manifestation of protein in urine). If the patients do not take any effective treatments, the filtration capacity of kidneys will be cut down increasingly. And thus, the CKD patients finally will get into a dialysis stage. Do I make it clear?

In this part, I will introduce some treatments to you.

In most countries, steroid drugs is the first option in clinic to dispel the protein in urine though it may induce moon face, weight gain, memory problem and other side reactions. In the meanwhile, the patients adopted Toxin-Removing Therapy combined with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to rebuilt certain kidney function and dispel the protein in urine safely and fundamentally.

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