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Parenchymal Kidney Disease and Proteinuria

2013-03-13 16:02

Parenchymal Kidney Disease refers to the damage which occurs in the outermost internal region of kidney. Proteinuria may be a symptom which happens in some cases.

Why parenchymal kidney disease cause proteinuria?

Proteinuria is also called albuminuria or urine albumin which means a condition in which urine contains an abnormal amount of protein. Protein in blood perform a lot of important functions. Thereby, proteinuria may cause many problems, such as blood clot, infection and kidney function decline etc.

Kidneys filter out the waste products and leave in the things the body needs, like albumin and other proteins. Most proteins are too big to pass through the kidneys' filters into the urine. However, proteins from the blood can leak into the urine when parenchymal kidney disease develops. In this condition, the filters of the kidney, called glomeruli, are damaged. In this way, protein loss occurs.

How to stop the proteinuria caused by parenchymal kidney disease?

There are many ways to alleviate the symptom of proteinuria and here are some suggestions for your information.

- ACE inhibitors or ARBs. Many patients with proteinuria may also benefit from ACE inhibitors or ARBs.

- Limits of alcohol consumption. Alcohol abuse contributes to the increase of protein in urine. Limits of alcohol consumption helps cure proteinuria.

- Diet management. A low salt diet helps lower the symptoms of this condition. They should consult the doctor and should follow the instructions religiously. Persistent proteinuria can damage the kidneys resulting in several health complications.

- Improving kidney function. We have to find the root cause of proteinuria. As long as we control the underlying kidney damage--parenchymal kidney disease, the proteinuria will be alleviated spontaneously.

Micro-Chinese Medicine is a good choice for parenchymal kidney disease, because it uses specific herbs which help repair the damaged kidney tissues, improve the kidney cell’s self-cure ability and promote the kidney function.

When kidneys can function better, it will decrease the protein loss and proteinuria will be decreased. Whether this natural therapy is good for you, depends on your own conditions. Share your conditions with us, and we are glad to help find a guidance for you.

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