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Hypertensive Nephropathy: Symptoms and Treatments

2014-04-02 18:54

Hypertensive Nephropathy is a typical secondary nephropathy which is caused by chronic high blood pressure. If you have interest about the disease, please read on.

In clinic, hypertension and kidney damage will lead to vicious circle, so, this disease can cause a set of signs and complications. The common symptoms are included as follows:

High blood pressure

Blood pressure is the force of blood, it can push up blood vessels, if the blood pressure is elevated constituently, the heart has to word hard to pump blood, with time, the overworked heart will cause kidney damage and other diseases.

High creatinine level

Creatinine is a product of muscle activity, usually, it can be filter from the blood via urine. However, in hypertensive nephropathy, the injured kidney can not discharge the creatinine, so high creatinine level occurs.


It may presents in eye, face, foot, ankle, if the condition is very severe, patients may find the shoes can not fit them.

The change of urine

Generally, the change include decrease in the amount of urine, difficult urinating, frequent urination at night, blood urine, proteinuria, bubble urine.

However, the above symptoms do not always mean you have hypertensive nephropathy, if you want to know the specific diagnosis, you can send your test report to kidney-support@hotmail.com.

How to treat hypertensive nephropathy?

Medicated Bath is an effective method. By choosing dozens kinds of herbal medicines, and making it into Medicated Bath liquid, the effective constituents of medicines can be permeated into kidney lesions through skin. The medicines can improving blood circulation, dilating blood vessels. So, it can enhance renal function, once renal function is improved, it is possible to relieve hypertensive nephropathy.

Stem Cell Treatment is another effective therapy. During the course, stem cells are introduced into the body, they can promote the self-reproduction of healthy kidney cells. This is the most effective way to improve renal function, it is usually used in patients with kidney failure.

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