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For people with perennial history of high blood pressure, they are more likely to experience Hypertensive Nephropathy. As the disease progresses, proteinuria can be detected. Well, how does it occur and what treatments can be taken?
How does proteinuria occur in hypertensive kidney disease?
Normally, kidneys are responsible for the removal of waste products and preservation of useful substances like protein and so on. However, years of uncontrolled elevated blood pressure will cause damage to the filtering units(glomeruli) of kidneys, as a consequence, protein will leak into urine, resulting in proteinuria. When it occurs, you should take effective treatments as early as possible. Otherwise, it’s progression to kidney failure will be aggravated. Remember the earlier the treatment, the better the therapeutic effect.
Treatment options for proteinuria caused by hypertensive nephropathy
Limit the consumption of protein To prevent loss of protein and lighten the strain of kidneys, it is necessary to eat less protein foods. Generally, the amount can be controlled within 0.6-0.8g/kg per day. In the meantime, they had better eat some high-quality protein foods, which can be found in egg white, fish, lean meat and so on. Have a question? Please resort to our Online Doctor!
Restore kidney function From the above, we have learned the onset of proteinuria is associated with a drop in kidney function. Here, a natural therapy named Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can be used to attain this treatment goal. It is convenient, comfortable and free of side effects. What’ more, it will not cause any side effects to the human body. For detailed information, Email us the test report: firstname.lastname@example.org. Then experts in this filed will reply you within 2 business days!
Well control of blood pressure To treat this abnormal sign effectively, it is of great significance to bring blood pressure under control. For instance, limit the amount of salt within 6g, take ACE Inhibitors, ARBs, beta blockers and other anti-hypertensive drugs.
By doing so, we believe your proteinuria in hypertensive nephropathy can be treated well. Any doubts, please inform us by filling in the form below.