The protein concentration in the urine is less than 150 mg per day among healthy patients. Therefore, if the protein concentration is 200 mg per day, it is higher than the normal range. It is serious enough that you need to know the underlying causes and take immediate treatment.
Risk factors of proteinuria
The two most common risk factors for proteinuria are:
● Kidney diseases
These are the two common factors that leads to protein leakage. In addition, high blood pressure, Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs), large amount intake of protein-rich foods, and medications, can also cause proteinuria.
Treatment for proteinuria 200 mg per day
There is no doubt that treatment should be based on the specific causes. Therefore, you should make a confirm before taking any action. You can email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, enclosing your test report. And our doctor can give you several suggestions. To reduce protein in the urine. You may try methods as follow:
● Diet changes
The damaged renal tissues cannot absorb protein effectively, so protein rich foods such as nuts, seeds, poultry, red meat and cheese. In general, kidney disease patients are recommended to take 0.6 to 0.8 gram protein per kg of body weight.
Drugs are sometimes prescribed, especially in people with diabetes and/or high blood pressure. These may come from two classes of drugs:
-ACE inhibitors (angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors)
-ARBs (angiotensin receptor blockers)
These hypertensive drugs are also effective for reducing protein leakage in urine.
Proper treatment -- especially in patients with chronic disease such as diabetes and high blood pressure -- is essential to prevent the progressive kidney damage that is causing the proteinuria.
The above suggestions are for general people. For specific advice, you’d better consult our doctors online. Leaving a message below, and we will reply you within 24 hours.