Causes and Treatments for Proteinuria in Lupus Nephritis
Lupus Nephritis refers to a kidney disorder caused by systemic lupus erythematous(SLE). And protein in urine can be a common sign of this disorder. In this article, we will introduce it’s causes and treatments. Please read on.
Why proteinuria occur in lupus nephritis?
In lupus, the abnormal immune system can not work normally. And the antibodies released by the immune system will combine with the foreign substances like infections, bacteria, etc resulting immune complexes. Accompanied with blood flow, immune complexes like IgG, IgA, etc will deposit in the kidneys. Gradually, inflammatory reaction will cause damage to the glomerular filtration membrane, so extra protein will leak into urine. And that is why proteinuria occurs.
If left untreated, there will be more complications and damage to kidneys. In serious condition, this disease may progress into kidney failure eventually. So, it is necessary to seek for effective treatment as early as possible.
How to alleviate proteinuria naturally and effectively?
In most cases, doctors may prescribe patients with steroid or immunosuppressive agents to control the inflammatory reaction and eliminate proteinuria. And they can obtain a quick and obvious effect, however, long-term use of these medicines may bring some adverse effects to the human body.
Here, we provide patients with Immunotherapy. As a combination of blood-purification technique, traditional Chinese medicine and western medicines, it can help correct the abnormal immune system and restore kidney function. It consists of six parts, namely, immune diagnosis, immune blocking, immune clearance, immune tolerance, immune adjustment and immune protection. For more information, you can chat with our online doctor directly.
After a period of treatment, protein in urine will be alleviated effectively. Moreover, it can restore kidney function.
If you are suffering from lupus nephritis and proteinuria, we are always here to help. Anything unclear, you can send us email:firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck!
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