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Ammonia breath and metallic taste have became an annoying thing for patients who suffer from Glomerulonephritis. Wanna the reasons? Please read on or talk our Online Doctor for an individualized advice.
What is Glomerulonephritis?
As its name implies, glomerulonephritis is characterized by damage to the filtering units-glomerular of the kidneys. With decline of kidney function, many symptoms will occur and bother patients all the time.
How ammonia breath and metallic taste occur in glomerulonephritis?
As we all know, our kidneys are responsible for filtering wastes and toxins out of the body, while due to damaged glomeruli, patients’ kidneys lose this ability gradually or severely, causing a large amount of toxins and wastes in the body. After urea level is increased, it will enter intestinal tract from blood vessels through dispersion effect. Under the function of urea enzyme, urea can be decomposed and then produce ammonia. Excess ammonia can be discharged from the oral cavity. This is one of reasons for ammonia breath and metallic taste
How to deal with it for this kidney disease patients?
Through the above analysis, we can find that the primary cause is the accumulation of wastes and toxins. In other words, the treatment should be focus on how to repair damaged glomeruli and enhance renal function. According to it causes, treatments what we do is to achieve the following therapeutic effect:
1. Reverse kidney damage
2. Eliminate various symptoms
3. Enhance kidney function
4. Protect renal function
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital has become more popular in kidney disease world. it is the new development of traditional Chinese medicine, but used externally. The active ingredients of Chinese medicine have the functions of expanding blood vessels and promote blood circulation. And they can repair kidney damage and enhance kidney function. Once kidney function comes back to normal, excess urea and other useless substance will be discharged from the body. Further help, you can leave a message below or email us to firstname.lastname@example.org.