Unfortunately, the answer is “yes”. Why does that happen?
Traditional ways to control proteinuria in Lupus Nephritis
Generally speaking, proteinuria in Lupus Nephritis is treated with medicines and low-protein diet.
Medicines commonly include ACEIs (Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors) and ARBs (Angiotensin Receptor Blockers). They are hypertensive drugs. They can expand blood vessels, thus reducing pressure inside glomeruli. Meanwhile, they can also improve the glomerular basement membrane structure, decreasing the permeability to some macromolecule like protein. That’s how hypertensive drugs reduce proteinuria.
Why proteinuria recurs?
People always complain that they see proteinuria again after reducing or stopping take medicines for a time. That’s because these medicines haven’t solve the underlying problem. What is the root cause of proteinuria in Lupus Nephritis?
Protein leaks out because the glomeruli are damaged and fail to hold back the protein. Traditional medicines prescribed by the pharmacist cannot help you repair the damage glomeruli. Therefore, they can simply control proteinuria temporarily. In addition, long term or large dosage of these medicines will burden the kidneys, aggravating Lupus Nephritis.
Best treatment for proteinuria in Lupus Nephritis
According to almost thirty years of clinic practices, I recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as the choice to treat Lupus Nephritis. This therapy is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which can expand blood vessels, fight against inflammation and degrade extracelluar matrixes. Thereby, it can improve the whole blood circulation and repair damaged renal tissues. As long as the kidney function can be protected and enhanced, protein can be reabsorbed effectively in the kidneys. Then, protein leakage in the urine reduces.
It is because the curative effect that many patients from abroad coming to China for this treatment. If you are also interested in this therapy, you can leave a message below.