How to Treat Foamy Urine in Nephrotic Syndrome
Most often, the person with Nephrotic Syndrome finds some foam in his urine. Why does proteinuria occur in these patients? The reason is that urine becomes foamy if there is protein in it. Foamy urine (or proteinuria) is a most common symptom of Nephrotic Syndrome. To treat foamy urine in Nephrotic Syndrome can assist the whole treatment.
Proteinuria is due to the glomeruli damage. When the impaired glomerulus 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 body. Then, proteinuria forms. Repairing the impaired glomerulus is the key to treat proteinuria in Nephrotic Syndrome.
◆ Prevent the causes of proteinuria
Some causes such as inflammatory reactions and infections all can lead to proteinuria. Before eating any medicine, detecting the causes of the proteinuria can guarantee the correct treatment to some extent. According to the detailed cause, the person can accept the following treatments.
◆ Repair the impaired glomerulus
At present, there is no specific treatment to repair the damaged kidney function in western medicine. Dialysis, a usual therapy to help the person with kidney disease, only can replace the kidney function temporarily. In view of this, many experts pay their attention to traditional Chinese medicine. In recent years, a treatment using some herbs is able to help these people. To repair the damaged kidney function, the experts adopt some specific methods to make the medicines play a more effective role.
◆ Develop a more healthy diet
It requires a strict diet to treat foamy urine in Nephrotic Syndrome. These patients should choose high-quality protein diet, which includes some foods such as milk, fish and so on.
A prompt and correct treatment accompanying with a healthy diet is the best methods to treat foamy urine in Nephrotic Syndrome. Any questions can be asked through filling in the form below.
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