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    Why IgA Nephropathy Makes Your Urine Have Bubbles

    2014-05-11 08:58| Font Size A A A

    Why IgA Nephropathy Makes Your Urine Have BubblesIgA nephropathy is a kidney disease which is caused by the accumulation of IgA in glomerular mesangial area, and that can damage patient’s kidney function gradually, which can cause many health problems, which can cause many health problems. For many patients with IgA nephropathy, a common symptom is bubbles in their urine.

    Why do patients with IgA Nephropathy have bubbles in urine?

    In fact, bubbles in urine can be caused by many factors, but it is not very dangerous unless it is caused by kidney damage, which is known as proteinuria.

    There is a filtration membrane in glomerulus, which can keep the nutrients in blood and filtrated out the metabolic wastes from patient’s body. While IgA nephropathy can cause damage in glomerular filtration membrane, which can increase its permeability. As a result, the nutrients should be kept in blood will leaking out through patient’s urine, and protein will also leak out in this process. When patients have massive proteinuria, that will cause patients to have bubbles in their urine.

    How to deal with this problem?

    Proteinuria is very dangerous, because protein is a matenal, which can increase the permeability of filtration membrane, and that will aggravate patient’s kidney damage.

    To deal with this problem, diet is an important aspect. Protein is an important nutrient for our body health, and patients should increase their protein intake to supply the lost protein. On the other hand, patients should also avoid much excess protein intake, because protein can produce lots of metabolic wastes.

    Besides, some common medicines will be needed for patients to control their proteinuria and protect their kidney function, like ARB, ACEI, glucocorticoid, cytotoxic drugs, etc. These medicines can control the inflammation in kidney and reduce patient’s proteinuria.

    As we know, chronic kidney disease is very dangerous, and patients should do what they can to improve their condition. If you need any help, you can contact our online experts. We will do what we can to help you.

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