Lupus Nephritis: How to Get Proteinuria Under Control and Restore Kidneys

2018-09-08 15:40

Question: Hello, my girlfriend has lupus. It is under control with immune suppressors. But it attacked her kidneys, she has about 30% renal capacity, and proteinuria in her urine. She already has a low protein, very low salt diet. Her overall health is very good. She needs help to get the proteinuria under control and restore her kidneys.

Lupus Nephritis: How to Get Proteinuria Under Control and Restore KidneysAnswer: You said your girlfriend has about 30% renal capacity, which means she is at the boundary of CKD stage 3 and stage 4. It is good for her to have a low protein and low salt diet, but simply diet is not enough for her to control her disease well. She should combine diet with medical treatment. As we can see, she is taking immunosuppressants, which are the most commonly used drugs for lupus. Those medications can suppress immune system so as to reduce renal inflammation and then decrease proteinuria. But once the medications are tapered or stopped, it is likely for her disease to flare up. Therefore, they are only stopgap measures rather than permanent control. Here we recommend her to try Toxin-Removing Treatment, which has been practiced in Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital and proved to be effective in treating proteinuria, even refractory proteinuria.

Toxin-Removing Treatment for Lupus Nephritis

This therapy has the following three characteristics.

1. No harm to kidneys. The therapy is mainly to restore her self-detoxification ability, rather than “combating poison with poison”. So it does not harm kidneys. The detoxification process is mainly by restoring the cell's own detoxification function. And then excess substances in blood, such as wastes and fluid can be passed out of body.

2. Fast response.The therapy targets medicines to right point so as to achieve quick effects. The method is to get the drug directly to the renal lesion through the drug administration of kidney channel tropism and specific acupoints.

3. No relapse.The main reason is that the detoxification is thorough, so there is no relapse. Once toxins inside and outside cells are cleaned up, the cause of relapse can be eliminated.

Generally speaking, after about half month’s treatment, her proteinuria will begin to decrease. After about one month’s treatment, her renal function will get improved gradually. With the improvement of renal function, proteinuria will turn negative eventually.

How to get proteinuria under control and restore kidneys for Lupus Nephritis patients? Now you get the answer. For more information on the treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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