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Know about the Foamy Urine and Its Cause and Treatment for PKD Patients

Provided by Expert Zhang Youkang on 2015-03-09 11:08

Know about the Foamy Urine and Its Cause and Treatment for PKD PatientsPKD means that much fluids-filled pockets spreading in kidneys. Because of the growth and enlargement of cysts, the normal kidney tissues would be damaged, leading to PKD patients suffered from the kidney function decline. Foamy urine is the early symptom of PKD. There are the reasons and damage, treatments for patients with foamy urine.

Foamy urine is closed with releasing of protein in urine. When cysts damaged to glomerulus, leading to the barrier and filtration function, so the protein would leak out with urine. Generally speaking, PKD patients have high blood pressure as well, leading to glomerulus damaged and protein urine. The tension of urination changed with the urine component, so PKD patients will appear to foamy urine. If you have any question please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR directly for free.

Chronic protein urine may lead that kidney fibroid process. It is important that control the protein urine for PKD patients. There are many medicines to alleviate the protein urine such as hormone medicine, which benefits for reducing leakage of protein urine. However, it is bad for people to eat much medicine, which deteriorates the immune systems. You would better take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which is the root treatment for PKD patients.

Chinese medicine’s active substances have the function of promoting blood circulation. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a kind of new development that Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) using in China dated from thousands of years. The Chinese medicine derived from natural plants, which not has side effect for patients.

Some patients are wonder about the miraculous treatment of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. How to alleviate patients’ symptoms effectively? Patients should keep lying the bed to take this treatment, which uses two bags filled with processed Chinese herbal medicines under the back of patients. It can treat your foamy urine from the root.

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