Proteinuria is the common symptom of IgA Nephropathy and it is caused by the filtration and barrier function decline due to the glomerulus. The protein in blood are released out with the urination. At first time, IgA Nephropathy patients often are scared when they see the foams and bubbles in urine (proteinuria). Then are the proteinuria serious and can patients with proteinuria work? Let us have a study.
In fact, IgA nephropathy patients with proteinuria can not work, since the patients with proteinuria usually suffer the poor immunity. Overwork would bother human tissues easily and even worsen the proteinuria, which are bad for protecting the renal functions. In this case, if patients continue to work, their physical condition may get worse.
In Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the representative treatment for the Traditional Chinese Treatment. It is Chinese medicines-majored. When the active substances in medicine are permeated into blood, they can work of expending blood vessels, promoting blood circulation to remove blood clots, cleaning toxins in blood and supporting nutrition to repair the injured tissues. With the increased blood perfusion, kidney insufficient blood and oxygen condition can be blocked and GFR also can be promoted. It is really good for stopping kidney damage and reversing kidney function.
In addition, in our hospital, medicated bath, foot bath, oral decoction, steaming therapy, acupuncture and so on can be as the treatment way and they would be used according to the specific physical conditions. Our treatment purpose is making sure the blood is pure and smooth, so that symptoms and kidney disease both can be treated from root.
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