For IgA Nephropathy patients, foamy urine usually indicates there are protein in urine, so we also call it proteinuria. If left alone, protein in urine may easily cause further damage to kidney filters, or glomeruli. Well then, how to treat foamy urine for IgA Nephropathy patients?
Firstly, find out the causes of foamy urine in IgA Nephropathy.
Normally, mesangial cells have an ability to clear foreign bodies including immune complexes, abnormal protein and other substances. When people’s immune system becomes disorder, extra wastes and foreign substances will deposit in the body.
IgA Nephropathy describes as immunoglobulin A depositing in glomerular mesangial area. Over time, the deposits of IgA cause damage to glomeruli gradually. Once glomeruli can’t play its filtration function properly, protein will leak from the kidney into urine. Finally, foamy urine occurs accordingly.
Secondly, learn what helps treat foamy urine for these patients.
In clinic, steroids and immunosuppressants are often used to treat IgA Nephropathy, especially when patients have proteinuria. These medications indeed have an effective and obvious effect on treating proteinuria, through weakening immune system and inhibiting immune reaction.
Just because of their mechanism, these medications can cause many other side effects such as weight gain, memory problem, moon face, etc. What’s worse, these medications can’t treat proteinuria from the root, let alone IgA Nephropathy.
In view of this, we would like to recommend one fundamental treatment option, called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is an innovation of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Through regulating immune system, dissolving immune complexes, improving blood circulation and repairing damaged glomeruli, this therapy can be used to treat IgA Nephropathy radically. As long as kidney filters are repaired successfully, protein leakage will be managed completely.
However, not all IgA Nephropathy patients can use this therapy. If you are interested about this therapy, you can leave a message below or consult the online doctor. Therefore, we can help you determine whether you are suitable for this treatment.