How to Treat Foamy Urine with Diabetic Nephropathy2017-02-27 10:15
If the diabetic nephropathy patients has foamy urine, what does cause it? What can patients do to help themselves? How to treat Foamy urine? Here the article will give you some information about treatments to foamy urine.
Why do diabetic nephropathy patients have bubbles in the urine?
It is because of the changed ingredient of urine. For diabetic nephropathy patients, the bubbles means sugar and protein are in the urine. The long-standing high blood sugar may injure the renal vessels and then the kidney is unable to complete its work. It is called diabetic nephropathy. So that, the sugar and protein which should be taken back are leaked in the urine to form the bubbles. This is why bubbles appear in patients’ urine.
How to treat the foamy urine?
Patients are asked to manage the high blood sugar to normal level at first. On the condition that the sugar vanishes in the urine, patients will have more opportunities to get well.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy makes use of the herbs from nature to help patients recover the renal function by enhancing the kidney self-healing ability. During the treatment, the essence of the herbs will be pushed into body though the Shenshu area skin by a medical machine to enlarge the blood vessels, promote the blood circulation and eliminate the harmful matters. When the kidney is restored, the protein will be reserved in the body, there will be no bubble in the urine. Hence, patients can live a better life.
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