Hello, doctor. Maybe you could be of help... I have discovered in Dec 2014 that I might have sort of kidney problems. I was diagnosed with lupus approx 10 yrs ago, and my laboratory reports show something abnormal about my renal function. Besides, the presence of blood and protein in urine are both noticed. Is my renal damage serious? What can I do to prevent the kidney disease from worsening? I need your help, please. Thanks a lot.
Lupus Nephritis is a typical secondary disease caused by SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus). Its serious symptoms and complications will effect patient’s life badly. Actually, few people can notice their renal lesions due to chronicity and complexity of kidney disease.
Here the article will offer optional treatments to prevent the renal injury as far as possible, hoping this can help you take better care of yourself and choose a more suitable therapy. Contact ONLINE DOCTOR to get more details about this or other useful information quickly and directly for free.
1. For SLE patients, it is good for them to take a regular physical examination to take control your own health.
2. A healthy diet is good for patients to avoid increase of renal burden and limit the renal damages.
3. Receive treatments actively to control renal damages and protect the remaining renal function. In this case, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a better choice for patients to protect their renal damages and improve renal function. Above all, it can really help you change your life and rescue your impaired kidneys.
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