Can I Work with Proteinuria in IgA Nephropathy
Proteinuria in IgA nephropathy is not a simple sign, if left alone, it is possible to cause renal failure. So, can i work with proteinuria in IgA nephropathy?
Proteinuria refers to massive protein in urine. However, in normal case, there is not protein in people’s urine. Due to the renal damage, GFR will decline and failed kidneys can not filter protein correctly, so, protein may flow into urine. Then, can i work with proteinuria in IgA nephropathy?
In fact, patients can not work with proteinuria, since the physical condition of patients with proteinuria is very weak. As the time, the illness condition will develop further, the kidney function will decline severely, in this case, if patients continue to work, death usually comes with.
In Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, there is a characterized method called Blood Purification, which can repair renal damage by clearing toxin from the body. In this treatment, not only micro-molecule toxin, but also middle-molecule toxin or even macro-molecule toxin can also be discharged out of the body. Besides, the method can also provide essential nutrients and fresh blood for failed kidneys. For more details of the therapy, you can contact us by email: email@example.com.
In addition, in our hospital, Medicated bath can also help to relieve proteinuria. The method is an innovation of traditional Chinese medicine. During the course, the effective constituents of medicated bath liquid will be absorbed by kidney lesions directly. By improving the blood circulation of the whole body, changing the condition of ischemia and hypoxia, repairing kidney injury effectively, renal function can be improved gradually. Once kidney function is enhanced, proteinuria in IgA nephropathy can be alleviated.
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