Lupus Nephritis refers to an inflammation of the kidney caused by Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE). Protein in urine is one common symptom of lupus nephritis and it will exacerbate kidney damage and decrease renal function.
Control the protein and delay the progression of kidney disease is essential and urgent to improve the prognosis of lupus nephritis.
SLE is an autoimmune disorder, in which IgG, IgA, C3 and immune complexes deposit blood vessels. When they lodge in tiny blood vessels of kidneys, the body will initiate an inflammation to remove them. This inflammation can impair the tiny blood vessels which filter blood and preserve proteins in body normally. As a result, the proteins leak out through damaged glomeruli and flow into urine. That is how proteinuria occurs in lupus nephritis.
- Diet management is an important part on the change of protein. Thus as a lupus nephritis patient, you need follow a strict diet plan in daily life that control the protein intake strictly.
- Some western medicines are effective to control the proteinuria through preventing the inflammation of kidneys, such as steroids and immunosuppressive agents. However, long-term western medicines can cause some side effects to patients.
- Of course, controlling the symptoms you have, like high blood pressure and diabetes are also the methods.
- The above methods can not control the protein in urine from the root, because the kidney damage still exists. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can help repair damaged kidney and regenerate kidney structure. In this way, it can control the proteinuria fundamentally.
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