Foamy Urine in People with Polycystic Kidney Disease(PKD)
Sometimes, people with PKD may find their urine is foamy and the condition may last for a longer time. Is this a normal phenomenon? What are the causes? And how to treat it effectively? Follow me and you will find a satisfied answer.
What are the causes of foamy urine?
As a hereditary disease, PKD is mainly featured by numerous fluid-filled cysts in the kidneys. In it’s early stage, the cysts are usually small and there are usually no symptoms. If untreated well, they will experience a rapid growth of both in quantities and sizes. Gradually, the enlarged cysts will oppress the adjacent renal tissues and structures, resulting a series of symptoms and decline of kidney function. When the filtering units named glomeruli is impaired, large amount of protein will leak into urine, causing foamy urine. Besides, urgency of urination, large amount of fluid intake, etc may also lead to the formation of foamy urine.
Without effective control, there will be a bad prognosis and their life quality will be affected largely. So, it is necessary to take effective treatments as quick as possible.
How to eliminate foamy urine remarkably in PKD?
After the above analysis, we can realize that core of treatment should focuses on the enlarged cysts and damaged glomeruli. Here, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can be a good choice. As a combination of TCM and modern technology, it can not only shrink the cysts remarkably, but also restore kidney function radically.
It is convenient and comfortable. As for the herbs, they are all come from nature. So patients do not need to worry about its side effects. If you are interested in this, please send us your medical report:email@example.com and we will reply you with a satisfied answer as early as possible.
Besides, the intake of protein is also necessary. In general, the quantity should be controlled within 0.6-0.8g per day. However, as the illness condition varies,the specific amount should be different. For personalized tips, you can consult with our online doctor directly.
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