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Six Symptoms of Diabetic Nephropathy

What are the symptoms of Diabetic Nephropathy? At the early stage of Diabetic Nephropathy, patients have no symptoms. They can only have high blood pressure. The discharge amount of albumin is more than 200 microgram per minutes. This stage is called latent kidney disease stage or early kidney disease stage. If patients can control the blood pressure and high blood sugar, they can recover soon. However, if the control is not good, the disease will develop into clinical Diabetic Nephropathy and sometimes have the following manifestations:
The first symptom of Diabetic Nephropathy is proteinuria. At first, filtration pressure increases and the electric charge in the filtration membrane changes, both of which lead to the occurrence of albumin in the urine, which is called selective proteinuria. There is no increased globulin. This condition can last for many years. With the increase of filtration pore of the renal glomerular basilar membrane, big molecules can pass through. With the disease develops, protein in urine turns continuous and serious protein in urine. If the protein in urine is more than 3g per day, the prognosis will no be good. The condition may develop progressively until they develop into Nephrotic Syndrome.
The second symptom of Diabetic Nephropathy is edema. In the early stage, patients can not feel edema. Some have slight edema before the plasma protein decreases. When the protein in urine is more than 3g within 24 hours, edema will appear. Obvious edema can be seen among those whose Diabetic Nephropathy develops fast.
The third symptom of Diabetic Nephropathy is high blood pressure, which is very common in patients with Diabetic Nephropathy. As a matter of fact, most serious kidney disease can cause high blood pressure, and in turn, high blood pressure can also worsen kidney disease. All in all, controlling blood pressure is very important.
The fourth symptom of Diabetic Nephropathy is renal failure. Once patients suffer from Diabetic Nephropathy, the course is progressive. And it not controlled well, azotaemia and even uremia will take place.
The fifth symptom of Diabetic Nephropathy is anemia(Anemia and Kidney Disease). Patients with serious azotaemia will have slight or moderate anemia. Chalybeate can not achieve satisfactory effect. Anemia is due to the barrier of red blood cell production. It may be related to the long time limitation of protein diet and azotaemia.
The last symptom of Diabetic Nephropathy is such as diabetic retinopathy, which is often accompanied with Diabetic Nephropathy.

Since we have known about the symptoms of Diabetic Nephropathy, we should take effective measures in time so as to avoid further damage.

The Common Clinical symptoms for Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes is a common chronic and progressive disease with slow onset, which leads to the difficulties on estimating the date of its onset. Generally, there are not any obvious symptoms for the light case, however, for the severe case and the one accompanied by complications, the symptoms are clear and typical. So, what are the common clinical symptoms for Type 2 Diabetes?
1. Diuresis, Polydipsia: Owing to the increase in Urine Osmotic Pressure and the reduce in reabsorption by kidney tubules, the volume of urine often increase. For the patients who have a more frequency in the desire to urinate, the number of their urinating could even reach 20 times per day. So, the frequent get-ups at night influence their sleep a lot. Besides the frequent micturitions, the overall output for urination often exceeds 2-3L, even reach 10L. As a result of frequent micturition and loss of water, there are an increase in the volume and frequency of drinking for the patients, which are in proportion to such factors as blood glucose concentration, the urine volume and the loss of sugar; when there are insufficiency in insulin and ketoacidosis, the reabsorption to dodion and potassium ion could become more difficult. And, the increase in urine could make the blood plasma concentration and thus influence the osmotic pressure and even lead to such severe results as hyperosmolar coma etc.
2.Boulimia and Polyphagia: Since the sugars could not be used fully, together with the secretion of insulin stimulated by hyperglycemia, the patients’ appetite often has the presentation of hyperfunction and often has the tendency of feeling hungry. So, their staple food could sometimes reach 0.5-1 kilogram and the mount of dishes could be more than twice as much as that of a normal person, even so, these patients could not be met. Yet, sometimes their appetite could have a sudden drop, for that, we should pay attention to such symptoms as infection, heat, acidosis .or the complications of ketosis etc. In clinical, diuresis, drinking more and feeding more are also called “Trio-more Symptoms”
3. Fatigues(Fatigue and Kidney Disease), Loss of Weight and Weakness: Owing to the reasons of metabolism disorders, the reduce in the use of energy, negative nitrogen balance and the loss of water and electrolyte, all of which situations would be worse if there is ketosis, the patients would feel weak and tired, especially to the child patients of Type 1 and severe patients of Type 2, who would lose their weight obviously as far as 5 kilos and their strengths are very weak. The long-term bout of disease for the child patients would make their growth restrained with hypermicrosoma, yellow complexion and hair’s less sheen and also a weak strength, while, for the middleaged patients of Type 2 with light symptoms, their fat is always caused by feeding more.
4. Skin Pruritis: Such case is often seen in the part of pudendum of women, which is caused by the stimulation from urine sugar. Sometimes complications of colpomycosis such as candida albicans would make pruritis worse, which is often accompanied by secretions such as leucorrhea. Moreover, the pruritis of overall body could also be resulted by dry skin when the water is lost.
5. Other Symptoms: They include sore in arms and legs, numb, lumbago, hypaphrodisia, impotence and infertility, menstrual disorder, constipation and visual disturbance etc. Sometimes there is intractable diarrhea with 2-3 or 5-6 times of stool per day and the stool shape of thin paste. Such cases generally belong to the type of functional diarrhea instead of the inflammatory diarrhea and the diarrhea is possibly connected with the disturbance of vegetative nerve function. The severe nerve syImmunotherapy diseases also include such symptoms as orthostatic hypotension, sweating and gatism, many of which are caused by complications.

The above are the basic introductions of clinical symptoms for Type 2 Diabetes. The experts suggest that, if those symptoms occur, try to seek a treatment so as not to miss the best time.

What Is Creatinine

What is creatinine? Patients with chronic kidney disease are no doubt quite familiar with this term and they often talk about this topic with their doctors and friends who are suffering from chronic kidney disease as well. Creatinine is a kind of metabolism product which should have been discharged out of the body for it belongs to toxins just like blood urea nitrogen and urea acid. In other words, if the creatinine accumulates in the blood for a long time or if a person has high or increased creatinine in the blood for a long time, creatinine will cause damage to the body, even leading to a series of complication. The normal range of serum creatinine is 44 to 103 umol/L. When serum creatinine rises to 707 umol/L, we can get a conclusion that patients have developed into uremia stage. In China, chronic kidney disease patients will receive dialysis to discharge the toxins and make sure of their security. Serum creatinine of course has become one of the most important index which can show the renal function. In addition, the item creatinine we talk about in most of time refers to serum creatinine, or we can also say creatinine in the blood. Creatinine can be divided into serum creatinine and urine creatinine. In normal condition, serum creatinine level should be lower than the one of urine creatinine.(High Creatinine Level)
When and why does serum creatinine increase?

Generally, serum creatinine will not increase even though there has been damage in the kidney.That’s why when some people have some discomfort and have a blood test in the hodpital, they found that they have got uremia already. Why does serum creatinine not increase or rise even the damage has happened in the kidney? It is because the kidney has a strong ability of compensation. Generally, the glomeruli in the kidney are in charge of the discharging of toxins such as creatinine. When kidney is damaged, there will be damaged glomeruli as well. However, other healthy or normal glomeruli will do more filtration work to. When other glomeruli are also tired, serum creatinine will rise or increase. Generally, when the kidney is damaged more than 50%, serum creatinine will rise or increase. That’s why a normal person can be diagnosed with uremia in one accidental examination.

Early Signals of Chronic Kidney Disease

We all know that the kidneys are the main organs in the body, they work as cleaners, to remove those toxin, excessive water and metabolic products from the blood. The kidneys are so important, so we should pay close attention to their health. While how can we judge if the kidneys are healthy or not?
The heart is beating regularly, if patients have heart disease, they can feel the discomforts from the beating of the heart. If there is stomach illness, we will have the flatulent feelings. While if the kidneys can’t work normally, how can we detect it? Now experts list some several signals of Chronic Kidney Disease, the information will help us learn about the kidneys better.
1) Patients with Kidney Disease also feel fatigue(Fatigue and Kidney Disease), and they will have the symptoms of back pain.
2) Bubble will be found in the urine, and the bubble is difficult to fade away.
3) Blood urine will occur.
4) Patients often have edema on the face or on the lower limbs.
5) Blood pressure will increase.
6) Patients often suffer from anemia, skin itch or cramps, without exact reasons.

If you have such symptoms or discomforts, please do medical tests in hospital, blood test and urine test can help you judge if you have Kidney Disease or not. There are experts online, if you still have problems, please chat with them online.

The Symptoms of IgA Nephropathy

The clinical manifestation of IgA Nephropathy are various.
IgA Nephropathy can happen to all ages, but mainly affects the young. Regardless of whether the patient is child or adult, IgA Nephropathy has different clinical manifestations and lack characteristic traits. Patients can present huge differences in term of clinical process and prognosis. Here are some common clinical manifestations of IgA Nephropathy(Iga Nephropathy Symptoms).
1. gross hematuria(Hematuria and Kidney Disease)
Thirty to fifty percent of IgA patients can present gross hematuria, which usually occurs in the aftermath of pharyngitis and tonsillitis, and it could also happen with a cold, fatigue, vaccination, pneumonia and gastroenteritis. It usually happen within 24 hours after the above incidents. Gross hematuria lasts several hours to one week, then it would remit. The length and times of hematuria would affect prognosis significantly.
2.abnormal urinalysis
Clinical manifestations include microscopic hematuria and/or proteinuria. Most patients are detected during the physical examination or check-up for other diseases. This portion of kidney patients present differential clinical manifestations and pathological changes, with varying prognosis. Some patients could present gross hematuria, as well as hypertension and renal insufficiency.
3.nephrotic syndrome
Nephrotic syndrome usually happens to patients with severe glomerular diseases. Pathologically, many glomeruli are globally obsolete or partially obsolete, with damaged foot cells, extensive tubular-interstitial damage or formation of crescents. These types of kidney patients react well to the glucocorticoids, and possess good prognosis generally.
4.acute renal insufficiency
Acute renal insufficiency is possibly related to two pathological changes. One is the formation of massive crescents within the glomeruli, and the other is the massive red blood cell casts blocking the tubules during the period of hematuria. A portion of acute renal insufficiency patients would need dialysis treatment.
5.chronic renal insufficiency
Renal insufficiency is usually the late manifestation of long-term IgA Nephropathy, with an average percentage being 20.7%.
6. high blood pressure

IgA Nephropathy patients present high blood pressure as their initial symptom, which can also happen during the course. Hypertension can also a factor which leads to undesirable prognosis.


Does Foam in Urine Indicate Kidney Disease

It is obvious that protein in urine is a common symptom of kidney disease. Protein in urine often appears as the foam in urine and looks yellowish, which is the same as normal urine. So when some people find out that there is foam in urine, they will become a little nervous and want to figure out the reason why.
Actually, foam in urine can be caused by many reasons and in other words, foam doesn’t always mean protein.
The form of foam in urine is connected with the extension force of the surface urine. Generally, the bigger the extension force is, the more easily the foam will come into being. In addition, in many cases, the elements of urine change can lead to the change of the protein in urine. Urinating too urgently or fast can also lead to the increased foam. The concentration of urine can also lead to the increased foam in urine, which may be due to the little water drinking, too much sweat, and so on.(Proteinuria and Kidney Disease)
So if we find that there is foam in the urine, please don’t worry. If you doubt that you have got kidney disease, you can go to hospital and have examinations about urine and blood. Even diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, please be confident because we have effective medicine which can help you get rid of foam or protein in urine. Which methods are usually took?
Before talking about it, firstly, we would like to say something about the mechanism of protein lost in urine. In glomeruli, there is filtration barrier. In the middle of the barrier, there is a filtration membrane with pores. Many small molecules metabolism such as creatinine, blood urea nitrogen and urea acid pass through it. For bigger molecules such as proteins, they can not pass through it due to the diameter of the pore. However, when kidney is damaged, the intrinsic cells will be damaged as well such as renal glomerular filtration membrane. In this case, protein will leak out and foam comes into being in the urine. So to reduce the foam in the urine, we should firstly stop the leak out of protein, in other words, repair the damaged renal glomerular filtration membrane.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can make it. Firstly, it can promote the blood circulation and dissolve the stasis in the blood, after which, micro-circulation in kidney can be improved.
Secondly, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can clear away toxins and immune complex, etc, which creates a clearer inner environment.
Thirdly, the effective and active materials in Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can play roles. It repairs the damaged intrinsic cells, and changes the condition where there is insufficiency of oxygen and blood in kidney such as the renal glomerular filtration membrane.

If patients are in serious condition, which means there are masses of necrotic cells, they should not only receive Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, but also consider Immunotherapy.

Why Is There High Protein in Urine

Why is there high protein in urine? Generally speaking, proteinuria means that there is protein in urine. Generally, for a normal person, the amount of protein in urine is 40 to 80 mg, and the upper limit is 150 mg per day, which is called physical proteinuria. Because the amount of protein in urine is little, conventional test shows that it is negative. If the amount is more than 150mg per day, it belongs to abnormal proteinuria. The conventional test shows positive.
Does proteinuria indicate kidney disease? Not always. We can not make a conclusion by only one TUPr. In addition, sometimes, even people do not have kidney disease, they can have protein in urine because of strenuous exercise, heavy labor work, excitement, too chill, too hot, and so on. All this can be called transient proteinuria and can disappear after several hours or several days.(Proteinuria and Kidney Disease)
How to diagnosis? When people have an UPQ and find the protein is high for the first time, they should have another examination. If the second test also shows the index is high, such as the number of red blood cells, white blood cells, the deposition of urine and so on. What’s more, they can also have a renal function test to get a scientific diagnosis.
After a compressive diagnosis, if people are diagnosed with kidney disease, they should receive effective treatment as soon as possible.
How about the treatment of protein in urine for patients with chronic kidney disease? In glomeruli, there is filtration barrier. In the middle of the barrier, there is a filtration membrane with pores. Many small molecules metabolism such as creatinine, blood urea nitrogen and urea acid pass through it. For bigger molecules such as proteins, they can not pass through it due to the diameter of the pore. However, when kidney is damaged, the intrinsic cells will be damaged as well such as renal glomerular filtration membrane. In this case, protein will leak out and foam comes into being in the urine. So to reduce the foam in the urine, we should firstly stop the leak out of protein, in other words, repair the damaged renal glomerular filtration membrane.
Having known about the reasons why there is protein leaking out, patients should take effective measures to diminish it and for more information, please consult us on line or email us.

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Why does Proteinuria Recur again

Proteinuria is a common symptom for many patients with chronic kidney disease. When chronic kidney disease patients find out that they have proteinuria, they do not feel pain or itch, which will not lead to inconvenience, either. However, the most characteristic of proteinuria is that it is refractory. No matter people take western medicine or Chinese medicine, they will get trapped into the recurrent proteinuria. Why?(Proteinuria and Kidney Disease)
Firstly, the proteinuria which appears in patients with chronic kidney disease can be divided into two kinds: one is renal glomerular proteinuria and the other is renal tubular proteinuria. In normal condition, when the blood flows through the renal glomeruli, the protein will not leak out into renal tubules due to the size and the charge of protein. Only a little can leak out into renal tubules and most of them will be reabsorbed into renal tubules. Generally, the amount is less than 150mg. As for youngsters, the index can be a little high but generally it can research as high as 250mg/24 hours.

Why does proteinuria come into being? It is due to the damage of renal glomerular filtration barrier. Once the renal intrinsic cells are damaged, or the matrix is damaged, the function of filtration will also be influenced, so the excessive amount of protein will leak out into renal tubules and then is discharged out of the body together with urine. The reabsorption ability of renal tubules can not afford it so a large amount of protein leaks out, thus forming renal proteinuria. The renal tubular proteinuria occurs because the renal epithelial cells are damaged, which leads to the damage of absorption ability. The protein in the original urine can not be reabsorbed, which can also lead to the discharge of the protein. Generally speaking, the pathogenesis of the two types are similar, both of which are due to the not repairing of the renal intrinsic cells.

High Blood Pressure and Kidney Disease Interact

It is said by experts that at present there are more than 90 million people in China who are suffering from kidney disease, 30% of whom are caused by high blood pressure. In addition, there are more and more young people who are suffering from high blood pressure. So we can also say, high blood pressure and kidney disease is a pair of partner, which interact each other and even lead to a vicious circle.
In normal condition, 19% of blood in afferent arterioles is filtrated into renal tubules by renal glomeruli, thus forming original urine. 99% of original urine can be reabsorped by renal tubules into blood circulation, which can maintain the balance of body infusion. In this way, the waste things are discharged, and the blood content is also maintained balanced relatively. Once there is lesion in the kidney, the blood circulation will be blocked, and the blood flow in the kidney will decrease, which can activate some factors which can increase the blood pressure in the body such as renin and so on. These factors can lead to the whole arteriolospasm and increased resistance of arteriole, thus causing increased high blood pressure. In addition, once kidney is damaged, it can not discharge out the sodium and water, which leads to the retention of water and sodium, thus increasing the blood content and increased high blood pressure. In a world, kidney plays an important role in adjusting the metabolism of water and sodium and in secreting materials which can activate the blood vessels. Materials which can increase the retention of water and sodium increase, and those which can lead the blood vessels to shrink decrease, so the rate of high blood pressure increase accordingly.
What’s more, kidney is also a main organ which is influenced by high blood pressure. Long time high blood pressure can lead the inner pressure in the capsule of renal glomeruli to increase, cause fibrosis of renal glomeruli, which will finally develop into renal failure. At present, in the treatment of high blood pressure, there are some wrong ways.

Firstly, when people have high blood pressure, they go to Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease hospital but only test whether the heart functions well. They do not go to have a test of renal function such as urine test and blood test. So the damage of kidney is usually ignored.

Kidney Disease Symptoms in Men

Just like other diseases, kidney disease also has several stages and the symptoms of each stage are different. Whether you are women or men, the main symptoms in the same stage are nearly the same.
The stages of kidney disease
Most kidney diseases can be approximately divided into five stages according to Glomeruli Filtration Rate (GFR) which is an indicator of how well the kidneys are working. GFR is greater than 90% in first stage and there are signs of mild kidney disease but with normal or better GFR. When GFR is between 60 and 89, this stage is called the second stage and its characteristics are mild kidney disease with reduced GFR. If GFR ranges from 30 to 59, this stage is called the third stage and it is the moderate kidney disease stage. GFR in the fourth stage is between 15 and 29 and the kidney disease is severe in this stage. The last stage is the end stage of kidney disease where GFR is less than 15.
The symptoms of different stages
In order to tell the symptoms clearly we can classify these five stages into three stages because of some symptoms are similar in the near stage. The first is early kidney disease(stages 1 to 2), the second is advanced kidney disease(stages 3 to 4) and the last stage is end-stage kidney disease (stage 5). The three stages have different signs and symptoms.
The first stage has no obvious symptoms in physical symptoms. However, blood test and urine test will show abnormalities. Creatinine in blood will be evaluated and there may have protein and red blood cells in urine. Some people may suffer high blood pressure and anemia also can be seen but very rarely in this stage.
The second stage has more symptoms than the first stage. One may feel tiredness, fatigue, puffiness or swelling. Puffiness or swelling is usually seen on hands or feet and ankles, especially around the eyes. One may also feel back pain which is usually felt as a dull ache anywhere in the mid-to-lower portion of the back. Appetite may also change and foods may not the same taste as that in the past. Serum creatinine will be higher(High Creatinine Level) than before and changes in urination are more, including urine amount, urine color and urine frequency.
The third stage is the last stage of kidney disease and there are many obvious signs and symptoms, such as anemia, easy bleeding and bruising, headache, fatigue and drowsy feeling, weakness, nausea, vomiting, thirst, muscle cramps, numb sensation in the extremities, decreased urine output, etc. Some of the symptoms are presented earlier before this stage. One may experience some of above symptoms or other symptoms not listed on. The organs in the body have close relationship with others, when one fail, the others is sure to be affected, if affected, they can present their symptoms.

From above content, it is obvious that this disease will get worse and worse without proper treatment and the symptoms will get more and more. In order to get a satisfactory result, treat it earlier with right methods. Any question, email me at me

Protein in Urine in PKD

Why do people with PKD can find that there is protein in urine, which looks foam? And seeing this, they usually become nervous and be a little afraid of the harm it may cause if the protein can not be stopped from leaking out. Besides clearing this anxiety, we will also recommend you an effective treatment method for you, which can stop the leaking out of the protein from root.
Firstly, let’s have a detailed explanation about the reason why there is protein in urine. Generally, for a normal person, there is only a little amount of protein leaking out every day because protein belongs to bigger molecules compared with creatinine, urea acid and blood urea acid and so on. With time passing by, cysts which have grown up began to press the renal intrinsic cells and tissues around them, thus causing damage in the renal cells, including renal glomerular basilar membrane and filtration membrane, in which there are pores. If the pores are bigger than the normal range, there will be bigger molecules which leaks out, such as protein, red blood cells, which form proteinuria and hematuria separately.(Proteinuria and Kidney Disease)
Since that we have figured out the reasons, we should next focus on the treatment of protein in urine. In western countries, during these years, protein in urine has been inhibited by hormones and suppressive agent for a long time for PKD is regarded as immune disease. And these two kinds of medicine are widely used in western countries to stop the excessive immune response. However, they can not treat PKD fundamentally and after infection, the symptoms will recur, which make PKD patients feel headache.
In Shijiazhuang kidney disease hospital, the experts recommend you to regard the combination of Chinese medicine and western medicine as a priority, which is called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Immunotherapy. The former is necessary and the latter is up to the specific condition.
Active materials in Micro-Chinese Medicine will play roles in the surface of the cysts, extend the blood vessels in blood walls around, accelerate the blood circulation of the cysts wall, increase the permeability of the cyst wall, decline the inner pressure and accelerate the reabsorption of water in cysts to blood vessels, thus shrinking the cysts. In this case, damage to renal glomerular filtration membrane can also be stopped.
In addition, there are also damaged intrinsic cells which we should let alone. In Micro-Chinese Medicine, the nutritious materials can also repair the damaged ones and the protein in urine will disappear for ever after this.
When should PKD patients use Immunotherapy? PKD patients in all levels all can try Immunotherapy, which increases the immune ability of patients. If they develop into renal failure stage, the transplantation of Immunotherapy becomes more necessary for in kidney failure stage, there are even necrotic cells which can lead to atrophic kidney, which is the advanced stage of renal fibrosis and if not controlled well, patients have to receive dialysis and even kidney transplant. Immunotherapy is the latest and effective treatment for FSGS. Immunotherapy are initial cells with strong self-renewing and multi-differentiation abilities. They are infused into human body through intravenous injection, and then Immunotherapys will transfer into the kidney lesions by auto-homing function. Immunotherapy can adjust the immune disorder by change the genes and repair the damaged glomeruli by generating into new renal intrinsic cells to replace the necrotic ones.

So from the above, we can get a conclusion that the medical technology is developing so fast, which can give PKD patients hope and we should be confidence in fighting with it. To diminishing protein in urine is also not so scaring as we imagined before.


The Possible Reasons for Foam in Urine

Seeing foams in urine often makes people panic, in fact, it should not be worried since the normal people also have this phenomenon now and then and this phenomenon can be caused in many different cases.
Urination speed and the urine concentration
The delay of urination may cause foams in urine because more urine gathers in bladder during the delay period. When you go to toilet, you are instinctively eager to urinate all of it as soon as possible. The bigger stream and the faster speed make the urine strike on the toilet bowl, resulting in many foams. We know that urine is mainly make up of water, as well as other substances, when its concentration is evaluated for some reasons, such as dehydration, the concentration of other substance will increase, then foams in urine may be present. These two situations can relieve or removed by slowing down urination speed or drinking more water.
Foods rich in proteins
Protein in urine can give appearance of foam because proteins change the tension between water and protein. When the protein in foods rich of protein, such as fish, lean meat, is so much that cannot all be absorbed by the protein, some of them will be excreted into urine, causing foamy urine. The case will relieve if the protein intake changes.
Proteinuria and kidney disease
Proteinuria is a kind of urine that rich in proteins. In normal case, proteins are kept by millions of tiny filters-glomeruli. Glomeruli is an essential part of kidneys and they are responsible for the mainly filtration of kidneys. When damaged or infected, glomeruli cannot keep proteins in blood, as a result, many of proteins escape to urine. If this situation continues a long time, one should visit doctor to find whether one’s kidneys are working normally. If not, take immediate actions to get an effective result.

Here only shows several cases of foam in urine and there are many others. Faced with this condition, never be panic, if it disappear several days or very soon, you can take back your heart, if it persists for a long time, seek your doctor to do some tests to find the causes. Any question, email me at kidney-symptoms@hotmail.com .

Protein and the Stages of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

Protein in urine is a kind of symptom when patients are suffering from chronic kidney disease. CKD patients who have not show any protein in urine may even start to worry when they will also have protein in urine and how should they treat it.
Generally, as we mentioned in the premier articles, protein in urine is due to the damage of renal glomerular filtration membrane. When the pores in the membrane become bigger, some bigger molecules will leak out such as proteins, thus causing proteinuria. Chronic kidney disease can be divided into 5 stages according to the glomerular filtration rate (GFR). In addition, chronic kidney disease is a general term which almost includes all chronic kidney disease, both primary ones and secondary ones such as Hypertensive Nephropathy, Diabetic Nephropathy, and so on.
When does protein leak out in urine?(Proteinuria and Kidney Disease)
Firstly, all patients with primary renal glomerular nephritis can have protein which leaks out in urine, no matter which stage they are in.
Secondly, for patients with Diabetic Nephropathy, they begin to have protein in urine at stage 2 to stage 3.
Thirdly, as for those with Hypertensive Nephropathy, they will not have protein in urine until they are in the advanced stage.
Since that we have understood when protein in urine will leak out, we should take effective measures to prevent and treat when it appears really.
Once chronic kidney disease is diagnosed, patients should treat it as soon as possible even in stage 1, during which there is no symptom as a result of the compensation ability. However, the damage inside of the kidney has had happened for a long time. GFR will not increase until the creatinine decreases by more than a half.

As we mentioned in the premier passage, most chronic kidney diseases are caused by immune disorder of the human body. When discharged in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, patients will adopt the immunotherapy which is a combination of western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine and advanced than both of them. If you are interested in it, please consult us or email us.

Early Symptoms of Uremia

When some people who can not feel any symptoms go to hospital for the first time to have a physical examination, he is even told to have had uremia, the advanced stage of chronic kidney disease. Why? As a matter of fact, there also exist some signs which can show that people who have had uremia are different than those of normal ones such as fatigue, weakness, pale face, edema, urine change in amount, high blood pressure, poor appetite, and so on. In this passage, we will explain it in detail.
The first symptom for advanced stage of chronic kidney disease: uremia is that people usually feel fatigue, which is mainly the earliest symptom and is ignored easily for generally people say that so many causes or factors can lead to fatigue(Fatigue and Kidney Disease).
The second symptom of uremia is pale face, which is caused by anemia(anemia and kidney disease). This manifestation develops slowly, which is not easily to observe, and in a short time, patients can not find out the differences.
The third symptom for uremia in the early stage can be edema, which is easy to be observed. The reason why edema appears is that when kidney is damaged, it can not clear the excessive water, which leads to the retention of water in tissues. At the early stage, edema appears in ankle, and eyelids. After patients have enough rest, edema disappears. If edema spreads into the whole body, it shows that patients have developed into serious stage.
The fourth early symptom of uremia is urine amount change. Some patients with chronic kidney disease will have gradually decreased urine with the developing of kidney disease. Even that the amount of urine is normal, the toxins which is discharged from urine, the quality decrease, and excessive can not be discharged. So to some extent, it can not prove that kidney can not function well.
The fifth early symptom of uremia is high blood pressure. Kidney has function of discharging sodium and water, so when kidney is damaged, sodium and water will stay. In addition, kidney at this time can secret some thing which can make blood pressure increases. So in the early uremia, patients may have different levels of high blood pressure(High Blood Pressure and Kidney Disease).
Last but not least, uremia patients can also have poor appetite, which is caused by the retention of toxins in the body. With the disease developing, patients can also have vomiting(Nausea and Vomiting for Kidney Disease).

So as to prevent it from worsening, please treat it as soon as possible. Or else, complications will appear. Immunotherapy is really a good therapy which is used to treat chronic kidney disease. If you are interested in it, please consult us on line or email us.

Five Diabetic Nephropathy Stages

Long time high blood sugar of diabetes can lead to Diabetic Nephropathy gradually. With time passing by, due to high blood sugar, the renal micro-blood vessels can suffer from sclerosis, which leads to the sclerosis of renal glomeruli. In clinic, the period of diabetes to Diabetic Nephropathy can be divided into 5 stages.
In the first stage, renal glomeruli are in ultrafiltration stage. The kidney size increases. If patients can control the blood sugar well, the pathological damage in the kidney can be reversible.
In the second stage, there is also no damage in the kidney. The renal glomerular filtration rate is high as well, and microprotein in urine appears every now and then.
The third stage is early stage of Diabetic Nephropathy in clinic. In this stage, the renal glomerular filtration rate begins to decrease. In this stage, the blood pressure begins to increase, and continuous microprotein in urine starts to appear as well.
The fourth stage of Diabetic Nephropathy is clinical Diabetic Nephropathy. In this stage, the renal glomerular filtration rate is obviously lower than that of the normal one. The blood pressure also increases. The report of the examination also shows positive. After 3 to 4 years, patients may have a large amount of proteinuria, and the amount of the protein in the urine is more than 3.5g in 24 hours. In addition, patients with Diabetic Nephropathy can also have symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome.

The fifth stage of Diabetic Nephropathy is advanced stage of kidney failure, which is also called uremia stage. In this stage, the renal glomerular filtration rate is quiet low. What’s more, there will be a large amount of proteinuria. If such amount of proteinuria lasts for three to four years, Diabetic Nephropathy patients may develop into uremia stage easily. In that case, patients have to take dialysis. Complications such as anemia will also appear consequently.

Is Anemia Serious for Renal Failure?

Is anemia serious for renal failure? In this passage, we will mainly introduce it from the reason why patients with renal failure.
When patients develop into kidney failure stage, the secretion of hemopoietin which is short for EPO, decreases. So the hematopoietic function of marrow declines. EPO is produced in the kidney, which arrives marrow through blood circulation and then adjusts the marrow to produce red blood cells. In chronic kidney failure stage, the production of EPO is not enough, which leads to the low level of red blood cells in the body, thus causing anemia.
Is anemia serious for renal failure?(Stage 5 Chronic Renal Failure and Anemia Diagnosis) It can be divided into three cases:
Firstly, as for adults, slight anemia is not serious. However, if anemia develops serious, it will lead to insufficiency of blood in organs and tissues, which will influence the function of tissues and organs. In addition, long time anemia will lead to the increased size of heart.
2. As for children anemia in renal failure, we should take effective treatment as soon as possible, which or else will influence their growth.
3. As for women, if they are suffering from anemia in renal failure, their skin will look yellowish, and their hair will have no nutrition. In addition, they will also suffer from dark skin.
How to adjust anemia fundamentally? The effective measures are to repair the kidney function. According to cytology, any kidney damage belongs to the damage of intrinsic cells. So we should aim at the repair of kidney intrinsic cells, which western medicines are difficult to reach.

In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is applied. Micro-Chinese Medicine can repair damaged intrinsic cell in the kidney and reverse the insufficiency of blood fundamentally for Micro-Chinese Medicine contains kinds of nutritious traditional Chinese herbs and active materials, which can extend blood vessels, thus improving the blood circulation in all levels including micro-blood vessels.

Ten Main Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease

What are the main symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease? In this passage, we will introduce for you in detail.
1. abnormal urine. Patients are most of time can not urinate.
2. oliguria or anuria. Generally, oliguria means the urine per 24 hours is less than 500ml, and anuria means the urine per 24 hours is less than 100ml. Patients with anuria usually feel hopeless and think that they can not stop forever. As a matter of fact, 100 ml urine can also give doctors hope for as long as there is urine, it proves that there is blood which flows through kidney. Doctors can take measures and remedy can be delivered into kidney, which can extend the blood vessels.
3. diuresis. Diuresis is rarely seen in clinic compared with oliguria and anuria for patients with chronic kidney disease.
4. enuresis nocturna. We can not judge only by the times of patients urinate but the total amount of urine during the night. Generally, the proportion of urine in the day and at night should be 3: 1 or 4:1.
5. renal swelling. Swelling is a common symptom which makes patients go to see a doctor.
6. renal high blood pressure. Renal high blood pressure is a symptom which appears when kidney function deteriorates. In addition, we should also distinguish from primary high blood pressure.
7. protein in urine. Generally, when protein appears in urine, the surface of the urine will have foam, which does not disappear.
8. hematuria. Hematiria can be divided into gross hematuria and microscopic hematuria. Gross hematuria means that the urine looks like water where flesh is washed. Red blood cells are more in gross hematuria. Microscopic hematuria means that with the help of microscope, there are at least 3 red blood cells per high power field.
9. swollen kidney. Swollen kidney is mostly seen in PKD.

10. backpain.

6 Main Symptoms of IgA Nephropathy

1. Gross hematuria Gross hematuria can be found in 30%-50% of patients (urine appears to be brown or water where flesh is washed, and blood clot is rarely seen), which usually occurs after pharyngitis and amygdalitis, or appears under influences like overstrain, a cold, vaccination, pneumonia, gastroenteritis, etc. It usually occurs together with inducements, or occurs several hours to 24 hours after the inducements and then remits spontaneously after lasting several hours to one week. (Nephritis usually occurs one week after infection).
2. Abnormal in urinalysis Persistent microscopic hematuria accompanied by proteinuria is very common. In most of time, patients with IgA Nephropathy can not be aware that they have got proteinuria. The difference is that there is foamy in the surface of the urine, which does not disappear for a long time. The bubble or foam is protein which leaks out.
3. Nephrotic Syndrome. Four characteristic manifestations are as follows: proteinuria, the amount of protein in which in 24 hours is more than 3.5g, low protein in plasma (hypoproteinemia), and hyperlipemia and swelling.
4. Acute Renal Failure can be divided into two types: one is pathological change with vasculitis caused by large quantity of crescent in glomeruli; the other occurs when large quantity of erythrocyte casts blocks the tubules during gross hematuria.
5. Chronic Renal Failure. Usually, it is the late manifestation of this long-term disease. In this class, patients with IgA Nephropathy can also have other symptoms such as poor appetite, nausea, and so on.

6. Hypertension or high blood pressure. It is a symptom which appears when kidney function gets worse.

Mild Renal Insufficiency Symptoms

How do you confirm which stage you are in for patients with renal insufficiency? Here I would like to introduce some symptoms in patients with mild renal insufficiency. I hope these words are some help for you to judge.
There are some common symptoms
1. An obvious increased in high blood pressure.
2. Headache, dizzy giddy
3. Always feel tired
4. Bad appetite
5. The end of arms and legs are always cold
6. Enuresis nocturna increased
7. Anemia
8. Ccr decreased
9. The size of kidney gets smaller

If you are now in this stage and symptoms above is similar to yours, you are lucky enough to read this article. Please remember that you can reserve it if you treat your renal insufficiency now. In our hospital, there are latest treatments for you to reserve it like immunotherapy, Immunotherapy and micro-Chinese medicine and so on, here we can also provide services like eight special test for patients. We will make scientific medical plan according to your own specific conditions. So you need make your decision as soon as possible to treat the disease timely. Once it turn into uremia, it will be very difficult to reserve it.

Nausea and Vomiting in 4 years old with Children Kidney Disease

Nausea is an uneasy or unsettled feeling in the stomach together with an urge to vomit. Nausea and vomiting in children is not a specific disease. They can be symptoms of many different conditions. These include infections, migraine headaches, motion sickness, food poisoning, cancer chemotherapy or other reasons. Parents should not take it for granted if your children feel nausea and vomiting. Especially when your children drink more water for a period and they frequently go to toilet at night, parents should pay attention and bring the child to hospital to do a through physical examination. Maybe it is a signal of Chronic Renal Failure.
You should have your children see a doctor immediately if your children have
1. Vomited more than 24 hours
2. Hematemesis
3. Severe abdominal pain(How to Treat Abdominal Mass in Polycystic Kidney Disease)
4. Headache and stiff neck
5. Signs of dehydration, such as dry mouth, infrequent urination or blood urine.
Treatment for children with kidney disease
1. Diet: For vomiting in children, avoid solid foods until vomiting has stopped for at least six hours. Then work back to a normal diet. Drink small amounts of clear liquids to avoid dehydration.
2. Mirco-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy:
A. No side effects: Compared with western medicine, Chinese traditional medicine has no side effect for children after they having it. Some western medicine has bad effects on children’s health.
B. More easily to have: Mirco-Chinese Medicine is powder which is put on the skin of children. It can cast away the bad smell of the medicine for children.
3. Micro-Chinese medicine can arrive at kidney directly and quickly, so as to increase the blood in kidney and to protect nephrons. Thus nephrons are activated by the medicine to discharge the toxin in blood and to decrease the burden of kidney. In this way, good effect will be revealed fast by partial treatment on the lesion.

Any other questions, please chat with our experts.


8 Warning Signs of Kidney Disease

Many patients who have Chronic Kidney Disease(CKD) do not know that they have this disease, the reasons for which are due to the subtle early signs which are not be paid attention to by patients. So here I list 10 warning signs of kidney disease.
Sign 1: Changes in Urination
Changes in urination could involve many situations, for example, your urine may contain blood, or your urine may be foamy or bubbly. And, you may urinate more often or less often, your urine color may become dark or other colors. You may also feel difficulty in urinating.
Sign 2: Edema
The failing kidneys are unable to remove extra fluid, so these fluids could build up in your body, which may cause swelling in your legs, ankles, face and hands.
Sign 3: Fatigue
Kidneys may fail to make less erythropoietin which has the function of boosting your body’s production of red blood cells when your kidneys are damaged, as a result, the shortage of oxygen carried by red blood cells would make your brain and muscles become tired.
Sign 4: Skin itching and Kidney Disease
Skin itching comes from the buildup of those wastes in your body when your kidneys fail to fulfill their jobs in removal of those wastes and toxins.
Sign 5: Ammonia Taste in Your Mouth
The buildup of wastes in your blood can make you have a different taste on your food that you ate.
Sign 6: Nausea and Vomiting for Kidney Disease
Like the reason mentioned above, the accumulation of wastes in your body can cause you feel nausea or vomiting. So you may feel loss of your appetite.
Sign 7: Cold Feeling
Anemia can make you feel cold in most times, even you are in a warm room.
Sign 8: Dizziness
Due to your brain is unable to get enough oxygen, so you may have some memory problems and you may also have trouble with concentration and you may feel dizziness.

Above are the eight warning signs for the kidney diseases. Keep your attention to these signs can help you to get a timely inspection and an early treatment.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital can treatment very well.

Symptoms of Chronic Glomerular Nephritis

Glomerular nephritis is inflammation of the tiny filters in Glomerular of your kidneys. It caused by the damage of Glomerular in your kidneys which help filter waste and fluids from the blood. Glomerular remove excess fluid, electrolytes and waste from your bloodstream and pass them into your urine. There are group of primary glomerular diseases caused by various diseases. Different degrees manifest different clinical symptoms and the process. Most patients with Chronic Nephritis don’t have very obvious symptoms at an early stage. The common symptoms may occur as follows:
1. High blood pressure
Most patients with Chronic Nephritis develop high blood pressure sooner or later. High blood pressure is likely to be the first manifestation of chronic nephritis in some patients. Headache, insomnia, declined memory may occur in some patients. Blood pressure can be elevated persistently.
2. Foamy urine
Almost all patients with chronic nephritis have abnormal urine analysis. The protein in urine is about 1-3g/d. Also there are patients of Chronic Glomerular Nephritis who have larger amount of protein like more than 3.5g/d occasionally, blood in sugar can occur.
3. Swell
Almost all patients will suffer from swell in different degrees. Slight swell is in the eyelid, and face or ankle. Sever swell can be in the whole body. It is an obvious signs damaged in your kidney.
4. Anemia
At the early stage of chronic nephritis, slight anemia is likely to be occurred. At the end stage, severe anemia can occur due to the severe kidney damage causing reduced hemopoietin. The damage to your kidney will great heavier and you should adopt some measures as soon as possible.

For different patients may occur various symptoms not mentioned above. It depends on your specific state of health. If you any questions, please connect with us as soon as possible. Your consults are warmly welcomed.

Know Some Kidney Disease Symptoms in Women

In recent years women patients with kidney disease are increasingly growing. But, when women patients find out their disease, their nephropathy has often developed into the later stage. So knowing some early kidney disease symptoms in women is very important.
Among the various symptoms of kidney diseases in women patients, the most common feeling for them is the pain in the part of kidneys, including unilateral or bilateral renal colic or renal pain.
The main abnormalities in the urine are mainly presented as Hematuresis, proteinuria, pyuria, etc. Better understanding about this knowledge could help the kidneys become treatable and try to make renal function return to normal. Otherwise, kidney disease could persistently progress to the end stage renal disease(ESRD)and this course may be irreversible.
Possible symptoms in women kidney disease patients often include:
1. Change in Urination
You may feel the urge to urinate more often at night, and you may also notice that your urine is foamy or bubbly. Besides, you may see the blood in your urine.
2. Edema
Edema, or called as Swelling, could show up in different parts of your body,
such as your face, legs, hands, ankles, feet, etc.
3. Trouble in Breathing
The reason for difficult breathing could be attributed to two reasons. First, it is
related with lungs. If your kidneys are unable to excrete excess fluids, they may build up in your lungs, which make your lungs unable to expand freely so as to accommodate enough air when inhaling. Second, anemia, as a common symptom of kidney disease, could make your body lack of oxygen and short of breath.
4. Fatigue
In the situation of kidney disease, your kidneys produce less erythropoietin, so
followed by less hemoglobin produced, which may make you feel tired easily.
So these are a few kidney disease symptoms in women, and, improve your

immunity could be helpful for you to prevent these symptoms, however, if these symptoms come up, go and see a doctor as soon as possible.

Kidney Problems and Bad Breath

Bad breath, known as a medical term of halitosis, is more than just an embarrassing problem. It may have relations with kidney problems. What’s the matter? Let’s have a look together.
As a matter of fact, bad breath is an indication of some Immunotherapyatic diseases, and these Immunotherapyatic diseases include:
●Kidney Problems
●Liver Disorders
●Lung Diseases
●Sjogren’s Syndrome
●Stomach Conditions
Here we focus on the bad breath caused by kidney problems. What are the reasons that kidney problems could lead to bad breath?
Our kidneys have an important role in getting rid of body’s toxins and wastes. When there are kidney problems, especially when the kidney disease has progressed into the later stage of end stage renal disease(ESRD), abundant toxins in the blood are unable to be removed out of the body along with urine, so they have to linger in the blood, when the concentration of these toxins increases to a certain level, some volatilizable toxins will be excreted out of the body form the lung’s process of inspiration and expiration.
So patients with ESRD often have a urine-like taste in their mouth. But do not worry too much, these toxins will not infect others.
Bad mouth, or halitosis, also refers that patients, especially those ESRD patients, may feel ammonia odor in his or her mouth, the reason for ammonia odor is caused by the release of ammonia by microorganism containing urine enzyme.
Sometimes the patients may feel it is as the urine-like odor, sometimes it is like the fertilizer taste, and also sometimes it smells stinky. In fact, mouth tastes often change according to the degrees of patients’ diseases.

Now, I hope you may get a bit of knowledge especially the relations between kidney problems and bad breath. Only the kidney problems are solved by effective treatment, for example Immunotherapy used in our hospital, situations like bad mouth could disappear.

How is stage 4 kidney disease diagnosed?

As we all know, chronic kidney disease can develop gradually. As a result, an accurate and speedy diagnosis is very important for kidney disease. How is stage 4 kidney disease diagnosed? Firstly you need choose one of professional kidney disease hospital. Secondly, the hospital you chose must be equipped with advanced technology and modern equipment. Thirdly, the tests in the hospital you choose are all-sided tests. All these three things mentioned above are important for kidney disease patients.
Here I would like to share with you some advanced tests in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease hospital, which can help diagnosis stage four kidney disease patients.
Seven tests for blood in in stage 4 chronic kidney disease patients:
1. Blood creatinine
2. Urea nitrogen
3. Uric acid
4. Serum beta 2 micro globulin
5. GSH inhibition change C.
6. Homocysteine
7. Retinol combined with protein
Eight tests for urine in stage 4 kidney disease patients:
1. The urine creatinine
2. Total protein urine (not 24 hours protein, but a total protein in the urine.) 3. Total protein/urine specific gravity
4. Microalbuminuria
5. Microalbuminuria/urine creatinine
6. Urine immunoglobulin G
7. Urine α 1 small globulin
8. Urine α 1 small globulin/urine creatinine
9. Urine NAG (a urine enzyme)
All these tests can help doctors have clear understanding of patients’ kidney disease, which is good for making a science and reasonable medical plan for stage 4 kidney disease patients. The photos of the equipments are as follow:

More detail about diagnosis of stage 4 kidney disease, please get from our experts on line.

Regular Urine Checkup Important in Kidney Care

Regular urine checku or urinalysis (or, laboratory test of urine) is the simplest and cheapest way to find out if a person has a kidney disease.
“Early detection of kidney disease can be crtical,” said Dr. Hazel Yadao Oro, Nephrologist. Kidney has compensation ability, which means that even some kidney units are damaged, others can do more work such as filtrating, thus stopping creatinine rising. However, the damage in the kidney has really takes place. Only when the damage is nearly half, serum creatinine level will rise(More about High Creatinine Level). So some times, when some patients come to see a doctor, the doctor tells him that he has got into end stage of kidney disease. Creatinine is a metabolism waster from muscles, which should be discharged out of the body trough renal glomerular filtration membrane for in membrane there is pore. However, when kidney is damaged, membrane will also damage, which leads to pore narrower so creatinine will accumulate into the body.
Kidney disease is the 10th leading cause of death and fourth leading cause of morbidity in the Philippines. Most at risk are people with high blood pressure, diabetes or a family history of kidney disease such as polycystic kidney disease, hereditary disease. The kidneys are two vital organs that keep the blood clean and kidney disease can be detected through urinalysis.
how to detect kidney disease early?
How to test?
“If a person is diabetic or hypertensive, he or she should have their blood sugar monitored and it is important also to check blood creatinine levels,” Oro said. For example, when kidney is damage, in urine, there may appear protein, red blood cells in the urine.

In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, we have a Immunotherapyatic examination both in blood test and urine test, which can help test early kidney damage. Urinalysis usually contains test about protein, sugar, red blood cells, white blood cells, bilirubin, urobilinogen, pH value, proportion, nitrite, and so on. These tests can help us identify whether there are urinary tract lesions, diabetes, and so on. Welcome to consult.

Uremia Patients Have High Blood Sugar and GFR and Kidney Function Test

GFR and Kidney Function Test
Glomerular filtration rate (GFR) is the volume of fluid filtered from the renal glomerular capillaries into the Bowman's capsule per unit time. Glomerular filtration rate (GFR) can be calculated by measuring any chemical that has a steady level in the blood, and is freely filtered but neither reabsorbed nor secreted by the kidneys. The rate therefore measured is the quantity of the substance in the urine that originated from a calculable volume of blood. In a word, GFR is used to examine the kidney function.
Calculated or measured GFR or creatinine clearance has a normal range of 90-120 ml/min. For convenience, this is referred to as 100% of kidney function. For example, if GFR is 15ml/min, that is said to represent approximately 15% of kidney function. GFR (or creatinine clearance) varies with age. There is generally a slow decrease of about 1% of GFR/year from the mid thirties. So at age 70 years, GFR on average is often only 60-70% of the normal.
When there is damage in the kidney, GRF will decrease, the level of which can also divide chronic kidney disease into 5 stages. In stage 1, GFR is more than 90 ml/min. In stage 2, GFR is between 60 to 89 ml/min. In stage 3 of chronic kidney disease, GFR is 30 to 59 ml/min. In stage 4 of chronic kidney disease, GFR is 15 to 29 ml/min. In stage 5, GFR is less than 15 ml/min.
Why Uremia Patients Have High Blood Sugar
Why do uremia patients have high blood sugar? In uremia stage, people may have decreased ability of sugar tolerance and slight high blood sugar when the stomach is empty. It is mainly connected with two aspects:
One is peripheral tissue is not allergic to the insulin, which may be connected with the insulin receptor and defection after receptor. One the other hand, in uremia stage, the toxins accumulate into the body, especially the parathormone can inhibit the function of beta cells, thus inhibiting the compensary insulin secretion and lowering the reaction to high blood sugar. In the end, the tolerance of sugar becomes abnormal.

In addition, acidosis accompanied by uremia is also one of the reasons. Metabolic acidosis can inhibit the glycolysis of glucose, damage the usage of glucose, disturb the effect of insulin to the surrounding tissues. Dialysis can reverse the above mentioned disorder of sugar metabolism.

How to Diagnose Chronic Kidney Disease Earlier

How to diagnose chronic kidney disease earlier? Most kidney diseases are latent, which can not be diagnosed in the early stage. However, there are some early signals which can indicate the damage in the kidney, which goes as follows:
1. edema or swelling in eyelids or lower limbs
The main function of kidney is to maintain the balance of water and salt in the body. So when there is damage in the kidney, there must be edema or swelling, which is obvious. People who have edema all should go to have a test. In the course, do not forget to have a urine test such as white blood cells, red blood cells and renal function test such as creatinine, urea acid and blood urea nitrogen. You had better have urine test more than 2 times.
2. lower back pain or sour
Most kidney disease patients do not have lower back pain or sour even in the end stage of kidney disease. But some of them have it in the early stage. So please go to hospital and have a test about urine and ultrasound test if you feel lower back pain or sour.
3. high blood pressure or hypertension
High blood pressure, also called hypertension has close relationship with kidney damage. High blood pressure for a long time can lead to kidney damage and kidney disease in turn can lead to high blood pressure. People with high blood pressure please have regular urine and microalbumin test and those with kidney disease please test blood pressure every day.
4. urine amount and urine color
If the urine looks reddish or foamy or increases on amount especially at night, it indicates that there is damage in the kidney maybe.
5. abnormal urine test
Proteinuria, hematuria, cast urine, white blood cell urine, sugar in urine, all of these indicate damage in the kidney.
6. high creatinine
Creatinine is an index which reflects kidney function. The allergic degree is not high. So once serum creatinine is high, it indicates that the damage in the kidney is a lot. In this case, we must have follow up and have further test.
7. abnormal kidney image test

Shrinkd kidney or size gap between right kidney and left kidney both indicate the parenchyma damage in kidney such as kidney cysts or urinary barrier.

Is It Necessary to Do Renal Biopsy for Kidney Failure Patients

Is it necessary to do renal biopsy for kidney failure patients? When doctor finds out that there is some thing abnormal in your urine and doubt that maybe you have got kidney disease, he will suggest you have a renal biopsy. With a very thin needle, doctor can get some tissue of kidney and then observe under microscopy. This operation seems small, which is risky however. Renal biopsy is blind to some extent. When the needle hurts blood vessels, it will lead to bleeding and even shock due to large amount of blood lost. In addition, renal biopsy can also damage the tissues or organs nearby such as liver, spleen, guts and so on.
Renal biopsy has so many risk, why does doctor suggest you to do it due to little amount of protein in urine? There are many kinds of kidney diseases, nearly all of which have hematuria and or proteinuria. It means that although we can guess you have got kidney disease, we don’t know which kinds of kidney disease you have got and we don’t know the pathological change inside of the kidney.
Many people hold an idea that if the protein in urine is not so much, it is not necessary to do renal biopsy. It is absolutely wrong. For some people, although the protein in urine is +, the damage inside of the kidney has already been serious. In contrast, some kidney disease patients have 4+ protein in urine, but the renal biopsy shows the damage inside of the kidney is slight. Minimal change is an example. To sum up, we can not judge the change of kidney just from urine tests.
On the other hand, some doctors suggest patients do renal biopsy test as soon as they find out that there is abnormality in urine. It is also wrong. Before doing renal biopsy, we must figure out two points:
1. figure out whether abnormal urine is caused by kidney damage.

2. figure out whether kidney disease is caused by systematic disease, namely, figure out whether kidney disease is secondary kidney disease

Five Stages of Diabetic Nephropathy Symptoms

Diabetic Nephropathy also called diabetic kidney disease, is a kind of disease about the complete insufficiency of insulin and incomplete insufficiency of insulin. It is characterized by the disorder of sugar, protein and fat, the main feature of which is the chronic high blood sugar. Diabetes can damage kidney by various means and according to the renal function and clinical manifestations, Diabetic Nephropathy also called diabetic kidney disease can be divided into 5 stages.More information about Causes And Stages of Diabetic Nephropathy .
In stage 1, GFR, short for glomerular filtration rate increases and the size of kidney increases as well.
In stage 2, the level of albumin is normal. The discharge rate is normal. GFR is higher than normal range and is the same with blood sugar level. Blood pressure is normal in most of time.
In stage 3, it is also called early stage of Diabetic Nephropathy, which takes place in those who have diabetes for more than 5 years and increases with the development of disease condition. The main manifestation is the increased level of albumin in urine, which is about 20 to 200 microgramme per minute. The level of GFR decreases to normal range. Blood pressure rises slightly.
In stage 4, it is called clinical diabetic nephropathy stage. There is a large amount of proteinuria in clinic and the albumin in urine is more than 20 to 200 microgramme per minute. At the same time, there is some microscopic hematuria and casts in urine. With the lost of protein into urine, there will be edema and hypo-albuminemia. GFR begins to decline by 1 per month. However, most patients don’t have increased blood pressure.

In stage 5, it is called end stage renal failure. GFR decreases progressively. Serum creatinine and BUN increase as well, which is also accompanied by severe high blood pressure, edema and hypo-albuminemia. Patients can have loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting and anemia and so on.


An Indian Patient with Diabetic Nephropathy Recovers

Name: Bush
Age: 50
Country: India
Diagnosis: Diabetic Nephropathy
Medical history:
My father died of diabetic nephropathy. In that year, I am 40. I am afraid that I would go to that for I have diabetes as well and at that time my blood sugar was as high as 275mg/dl. 5 years ago, I began to feel headache. My blood pressure rose as well. I realize that I really need treatment.
I am a merchant. I know about China during I am doing business. I know that in China, there are many mysterious and miraculous things including Chinese medicine. So I came to China.
When I arrived here, I have serious edema in my legs and arms. When I press, there will be a pit. My skin is also bright. In addition, my blood sugar and blood pressure are both not stable. At that time, creatinine was 2.1mg/dl , BUN was 59 mg/dl , urea acid was 5.3mg/dl, GFR 29.7ml/dl”.
After I am in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, I received Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Immunotherapy. CREA is 129umol/L , BUN 9.9 mmol/L and my blood sugar is also stable.
Above all, Immunotherapy changed me. I feel fresh. My wife suggested that next time, when I come to China for business, I can do Immunotherapy once more.

In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, there are kidney disease patients from all over the world. It is just like a small united nations. We can communicate with each other in English. We are friends and we are happy here.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy for my stage 4 CKD

Name: Brennan John Country: American Age:83 Diagnosis: stage 4 CKD
Why I come to China
35 years ago, I found I have hypertension in a physical examination. The blood pressure can be as high as 170/100mmhg. I didn’t found any comfortable such as headache or dizzy, or some thing wrong with my eyes. Doctors gave me some medicine to lower high creatinine level. My blood pressure is good at that time.
6 years before, my medical condition gets worse and worse, kidney function decreased greatly. Creatinine reached 1.6 mg/dl. I have fearful about that and I also took some orally medicine. But my creatinine level got higher and higher. I thought I can’t wait any more. Other wise I have to do the kidney transplant. I searched for the effective treatment for my stage 4 chronic kidney disease on Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital.
Treatment for stage 4 chronic kidney disease in China
I made a detailed comprehensive examination after I checked in Shijiazhuang kidney disease hospital. I can't believe there are so many toxins in my body. Doctor here told me most of the kidney function has lost. I thought kidney was bubbled in such a high concentration of toxins, it is not strange to suffer form sickness! "

Doctor prescripted traditional Chinese medicine for me to help me clean out the toxin in my body, then I got Micro-Chinese Medicine osmothrapy three times a day. I have hared of the amazing effects of traditional Chinese medicine before, but this is my first time experience myself. I have ruddy face and full of energy. I could feel the blood flowing in me, I have better appetite, BUN mmol/L droped from 16.4 to 13.4, creatinine dropped from 202 UMOL/L to 174. I can’t believe this can happened in only one month. So amazing Micro-Chinese medicine is, I will told all my friends with kidney disease and help them get rid of the pain caused by CKD.

How to deal with renal insufficiency after kidney transplant

Name-Buyan Gender-female Age-54 Country-Mongolia Diagnosis- renal insufficiency after kidney transplant
Patients’ history
I am a patients fighting with the kidney disease for 36 years, one can’t expect how I passed this 36 years.
When I was only 18 years old, when others enjoy the most beautiful days in life, I had started suffer form the kidney disease. I found this in a physical examination. I had blood pressure as high as 220/120 mmHg, renal is smaller than before, creatinine increased to 700 umol/L. doctor told me I had life risks at any time. I feared to leave my family members, my dear mum, dad. And I also told that there was not any other choice but dialysis or kidney transplant.
My conditions got worse and worse, I found my renal donator and I did kidney transplant. While unfortunately, nightmare happened again, my new kidney had problems again. I suffered from renal insufficiency after kidney transplant.
I knew that I couldn’t accept the kidney transplant again, now my body can’t stand the rejection response after kidney transplant. I must find effective treatment for renal insufficiency after kidney transplant.
Treatment for renal insufficiency after kidney transplant
Some of my friend told me Shijiazhuang kidney disease hospital was a professional kidney disease hospital, which was also the largest kidney disease hospital in China. I then checked in this hospital with all my hopes to life.

I knew that the treatment here was very different from other places, they combine the advantages of traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine perfectly. Now my blood pressure is stable and all the symptoms have released. I though god are blessing me by guiding me to Shijiazhuang kidney disease hospital.

Patients with CKD Stage 4 Recovers here

Name: Johnson
Country: America
Age: 83
Diagnosis: CKD stage 4, chronic renal insufficiency caused by hypertensive nephropathy
Medical history:
35 years ago, in a physical examination, I find out that I had high blood pressure, which was as high as 170/100mmhg. At that time, I could not feel any discomfort so I only take in some hypertensor. Since then, the blood pressure could be controlled well.
However, 6 years ago, my condition becomes serious. My kidney function becomes abnormal. The serum creatinine was 1.6mg/dl. I am afraid. I begin to take in some oral medicine. But it is hard to control. In a year, the serum creatinine is high as 2.4. I can not wait or else I will do kidney transplant. Luckily, I find out that Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital is doing Immunotherapy, and there is also Chinese herbs, which attracts to come to China.

In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, the examination told me that there are many toxins which accumulated in the body, which indicates that more than half of kidney function is damaged. I take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which can help me clear away such toxins. Several days later, I feel the effect. My face turns a little reddish and I feel energetic. I even can feel that the blood flows smoothly in my body. BUN declines from 16.4 to 13.4 and serum creatinine declines from 202 to 174. The Chinese medicine is so miraculous. Immunotherapy is a miracle as well.

Treated my FSGS in Shijiazhuang kidney disease hospital

FSGS is one kinds of disease which damaged parts is more than 50% in all the focal glomerulonephritis, common symptoms include blood urine, protein urine and so on. Most cases of FSGS can lead to renal failure.
Name: Rui Hai
Gender: Male
Age: 22
Country: China( Ning Xia province)
Checked in: on March 28, 2010
Checked out: on April 13, 2010
Diagnosis: FSGS
Before treatment
He suffered swelling for more than 8 years, I once treated by immunosuppressive, but my medical condition become worse and worse. The test results are as flowing: Routine urine and urine protein 2 + +-power field, liver function and: AVB34.3 g/L 24-hour urinary protein ration is 1.28 g/L endogenous creatinine clearance: 161 ml/min.
After treatment:
In Shijiazhuang kidney disease hospital, we use both immunosuppressive and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmothrapy, some changes happened in me and the bad medical conditions are controlled. Urine protein changed from 2+ to negative, 24 hours urinary protein changed from 1.28g/24h to 0.12g/24h, patient checked out form hospital with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmothrapy. After 1 mouth later, he treated his FSGS thoroughly and now he work and live just as normal people.
Experts’ comments

FSGS caused by damaged intrinsic cells in kidneys. As the western medicine such as immunosuppressive can just stop the symptoms of the FSGS, But traditional Chinese medicinecan help repair the damaged cells in patients


How to Know Kidney Function

Kidneys are important excretory organs and they can filter out unwanted substances and keep and reabsorb needed substances. With declined kidney functions, some toxins will build up in the body, which will do reverse influences and even put the body in the risk of death. To avoid the bad influence, it is necessary to know how well the kidneys are working and how much kidney function left.
How to know kidney function?
Kidneys have functions of filtration and reabsorption. In order to know how well the kidneys are working, a substance that neither can be secreted nor reabsorbed by kidneys is needed. Creatinine is a metabolic product when muscles are active and it is neither can be secreted or reabsorbed by kidney. Urea is a break down product of protein and cannot be secreted by kidneys. Both creatinine and urea are completely excreted by kidneys. However, measurement of urea cannot give a very exact result of kidney function since renal tubes will secrete some urea. Compare to the measurement of urea, measure creatinine can give us more correct information on kidney functions.
As creatinine has a close relationship with muscles. As a result, muscular people are sure to have more creatinine. Besides, creatinine is a metabolic products and the metabolism in different ages also different, therefore, age factor should be taken into consideration. Realizing many factors, GFR is expected to evaluate kidney function. GFR involves many factors, such as serum creatinine, age, sex, race. So, taking GFR as the screening test of kidney function can provide more exact information on the kidney.
Any other tests needed?

When your GFR is below the normal level, there is likely to have something wrong with your kidneys. To get a closer look at your kidneys and find out the underlying cause, you’d better to go to see a nephrologist or an expert. This may involves with some other tests, such as ultrasound, CT or MRI scans and biopsy. When the kidney disease is diagnosed, to treat earlier is the right choice. Any question, email me.
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Symptoms in Early Renal Deficiency

Renal Deficiency, or Renal Insufficiency, also called as Renal Failure, describes a medical condition in which your kidneys fail to completely excrete the body waste and toxins out of the body from your blood. In this condition, what can we do? This article will discuss the therapy for Renal Deficiency.
Renal Deficiency is characterized by a decline of glomerular filtration rate(GFR). Problems frequently encountered in kidney disorders include abnormal fluid levels in the body, overmuch acid levels, abnormal levels of potassium, phosphate, etc.
Early stages of Chronic Renal Insufficiency usually refer to stage1 and stage2 Renal Deficiency, and here we focus on the inspections of the early stage 1 and stage 2 Renal Insufficiency.
Usually there are no or few physical symptoms that you can feel in the stage 1 and stage 2 Renal Deficiency. However, some symptoms could be shown up in the related inspections.
Blood Test
Blood Test usually will show abnormalities and the main is the slightly elevated serum creatinine. By the time that serum creatinine is elevated, the person usually have lost 50 percent of his or her renal function.
The main urine abnormality that will show a kidney disease is the presence of protein or blood. Whether protein or blood appears, the further investigation is needed to conduct so as to make ascertain the underlying reasons. However, the blood or protein in the urine does not mean the real degree of your kidney damage.
Blood Pressure
Some people will show high blood pressure when they are in the early stage of Renal Deficiency. Some kidney diseases may have the symptoms of high blood pressure in the early time.
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The above are the basic introduction of symptoms in early Renal Insufficiency. if you have more doubts, consult us online please.

Long-Term Risks of Hypertension and Chronic Kidney Disease in Living

For Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) with hypertension, there are many risks for them in their daily life. And as we all know, High blood pressure (hypertension) can damage your body for years without any obvious symptoms. If it can’t be well-controlled, patients may wind up with a disability, a poor quality of life or even a heart disease attack. Fortunately, with treatment and lifestyle changes, you can control your high blood pressure to reduce your risk of life-threatening complications. Here I would like to introduce the risks of hypertension in CKD patients and the complications high blood pressure (hypertension) can cause.
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Damage to your kidneys
For Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) with hypertension, high blood pressure can injure both the blood vessels in and leading to your kidneys, causing several types of kidney disease (nephropathy).
A: Kidney failure. High blood pressure is one of the most common causes of kidney failure. That's because it can damage both the large arteries leading to your kidneys and the tiny blood vessels (glomeruli) within the kidneys. Damage to either makes it so your kidneys can't effectively filter waste from your blood. As a result, dangerous levels of fluid and waste can accumulate. You might ultimately require dialysis or kidney transplantation.
B: Glomerulosclerosis. The glomeruli are tiny clusters of blood vessels within your kidneys that filter fluid and waste from your blood. Glomerulosclerosis can leave your kidneys unable to filter waste effectively, leading to kidney failure.
C: Kidney artery aneurysm. An aneurysm is a bulge in the wall of a blood vessel. When it occurs in an artery leading to the kidney, it's known as a kidney (renal) artery aneurysm. One potential cause is atherosclerosis. Aneurysms can rupture and cause life-threatening internal bleeding.
For Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) with hypertension, other possible dangers of high blood pressure are as follow:
1. Damage to your arteries
For Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) with hypertension, the increased pressure of blood flowing through your arteries gradually can cause a variety of problems like artery damage and narrowing. High blood pressure can damage the cells of your arteries' inner lining, such as arteriosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries. Fats from your diet enter your bloodstream, pass through the damaged cells and collect to start atherosclerosis. These changes can affect arteries throughout your body, blocking blood flow to your heart, kidneys, brain, arms and legs. The damage can cause many problems, including chest pain (angina), heart attack, heart failure, kidney failure, stroke, blocked arteries in your legs or arms (peripheral arterial disease).
2. Damage to your heart
For Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) with hypertension, uncontrolled high blood pressure can damage your heart in a number of ways, such as: Coronary artery disease, enlarged left heart, heart failure.
3. Damage to your brain
For Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) with hypertension, your brain depends on a nourishing blood supply to work properly and survive. But high blood pressure can cause several problems, including: Transient ischemic attack (TIA), stroke, dementia, mild cognitive impairment and so on.

For Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) with hypertension, you should pay much attention to these risks mentioned above.

Does Uremia Cause Hyperkalemia

Hyperkalemia is one of the most common complications of Uremia, but most patients have no idea on why Hyperkalemia appears in Uremia. I want to explain here.
In normal cases, the intake of potassium content by diet is far below the excretion capability of our kidneys, so the reasons for Hyperkalemia are mainly related with the decline in renal function.
Simply speaking, the reasons for Hyperkalemia caused by Uremia generally include three points.
1.Difficulty in Removing Potassium by Kidneys
In Uremia, the patients’ kidneys are mostly damaged and the renal function is
very weak, so most of the excessive potassium ions cannot be removed through kidneys, which leads to the accumulation of K+ in the body and eventually forms Hyperkalemia.
2.Diet or Medical Factors
Excessive intake of potassium-highly foods or overmuch medication-taken can both leads to the elevation of potassium concentration in the blood, besides this reason, eating too much fruits especially orange or its juices is another reason. And, some medicines are also responsible for Hyperkalemia.
3.Release of Potassium from Cells
In some conditions, such as acidosis, perisitent spasm, large amount of internal bleeding, or infections, organisms catabolism could be increased, so potassium ion will be transferred from intracellular parts to the extracellular parts.

Now, these three points are the main reason for Hyperkalemia in Uremia patients. Treatment for Hyperkalemia should be based on your specific conditions.

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