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Renal Proteinuria (Protein in urine)

Too much protein in urine is named as Renal Proteinuria. Once it happens that the kidneys have different degrees of damage. Use our Chinese Medicine Treatments for it will help patients have a better curative effect.

Toxin-Removing Therapy for Intractable Proteinuria in CKD

Sir, I have been diagnosed with CKD with intractable Proteinuria. Am I on risk of Kidney Failure? I have also inflammation little pain in my urinery bladder....

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Will the Steroid Help Reduce Proteinuria and Improve Kidney Function

I am 37 and was diagnosed with CKD two months ago. 24h urine monitoring shows that I have Proteinuria. My High Creatinine Level is 465.66. I am worried about my health, will the steroid help reduce proteinuria and improve my kidney function?...

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Nephrotic Syndrome: Chinese Medicine for Repeated Proteinuria

As we all know, Nephrotic Syndrome is a kidney disorder which is characterized by massive Proteinuria, severe Edema, hypoproteinemia and hyperlipidaemia. Besides, it is also characterized by its frequent relapse....

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Toxin-Removing Treatment for Serious Proteinuria 21.92g

We are shocked when we saw the urine test report which showed the patient’s proteinuria was 21.92g. Joony’s condition can not be controlled by simply western medicines. Thus we recommend him the comprehensive treatment of Chinese and wes...

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Can Effective Control of Proteinuria Prevent Kidney Failure

effective control of proteinuria can prevent kidney failure, because proteinuria damage the kidneys is a lasting process. Long term proteinuria you have will make kidneys functions destroy irreversibly. As a result kidney disease develops in...

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How Does Toxin-Removing Therapy Reduce Proteinuria in Renal Failure

In general, Proteinuria occurrence often indicates kidney has been damaged severely. About its treatment, we recommend Toxin-Removing Therapy which is created by Chinese Medicine expert team through years of clinical experience and theory....

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