CKD Stage 3 Symptoms and Signs

Proteinuria, high blood pressure, etc appears easily as Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 3 symptoms. If you have one CKD sign, learn more about it here.

Kidney Treatment Group Invite Links

Kidney Treatment Group Invite Links.We have doctors to answer you. Besides, we will provide you some information about diet and treatment regularly to help you fight against kidney disease.

How to Get More Energy with Kidney Problems

How to Get More Energy with Kidney Problems

With kidney problems, you are prone to weakness, tiredness or fatigue. Do you know why? How to get more energy with kidney problems? Read on to learn more information....Read More

Cyclosporine A for Proteinuria

Cyclosporine A for Proteinuria

When other medications do not take effect, you can try cyclosporine A for proteinuria. It may help you reverse your kidney disease. ...Read More

5 Ways to Improve Renal Anemia

5 Ways to Improve Renal Anemia

Anemia is a common symptom of kidney disease. Without timely treatment, it can cause a variety of problems. Here are five ways to help you improve it. ...Read More

Eight Reasons for Poorly Controlled Renal Anemia

Eight Reasons for Poorly Controlled Renal Anemia

Renal anemia is a common complication of kidney patients. Especially after renal failure, most patients have renal anemia. Anemia significantly increases the incidence of uremia and all-cause mortality in kidney patients....Read More

Three Urine Changes Means Your Kidney Condition Is Improving

Three Urine Changes Means Your Kidney Condition Is Improving

During the treatment of kidney disease, the change of urine is an important indicator of renal function and also an important factor affecting the development of the disease. The early observation of urine in nephropathy can reveal traces ...Read More

Why Is Proteinuria Refractory

Why Is Proteinuria Refractory

Although there are many ways to treat urinary protein now, there are still urine protein that we cant control. Why is proteinuria refractory? The following list the 4 reasons....Read More

Frequent Urination at Night May Indicate 5 Problems

Frequent Urination at Night May Indicate 5 Problems

Clinically, night urination is not more than once. This is a normal human physiological phenomenon. But once you get up frequently at night, you have to see if your body is really sick. In particular, the following 5 diseases ...Read More

The 7 Most Effective Ways to Reduce Proteinuria

The 7 Most Effective Ways to Reduce Proteinuria

Urinary protein is the most common factor leading to the progression of chronic kidney disease. It must be controlled within 0.5 g/24h to effectively prevent the progression of kidney disease to uremia. There are many ways to reduce it....Read More

If Creatinine and BUN Are Normal Can You Still Have Proteinuria

If Creatinine and BUN Are Normal Can You Still Have Proteinuria

When you have high creatinine and BUN level, you may also have proteinuria. If creatinine and BUN are normal, can you still have proteinuria? If you do not know the answer to this question, go on reading to learn more information. ...Read More

Herbs to Help with the Fluid Build up for Kidney Patients

Herbs to Help with the Fluid Build up for Kidney Patients

Is there anything you can recommend as an herb to help with the fluid build up? Recently a renal patient visited our website and consulted such a question. If you have the similar condition, this article will help you solve it....Read More

This Indicator Shows Proteinuria Exactly, But Most Kidney Patients Do not Know

This Indicator Shows Proteinuria Exactly, But Most Kidney Patients Do not Know

This Indicator Shows Proteinuria Exactly, But Most Kidney Patients Do not Know.As one of the most important indicators in the early stage of chronic kidney disease (CKD), proteinuria is directly related to your treatment method....Read More

Proteinuria Can Not Turn Negative? Try to Find out A Way from These 3 Aspects

Proteinuria Can Not Turn Negative? Try to Find out A Way from These 3 Aspects

Proteinuria is an independent factor that damages kidney function. That is to say, simply persistent protein leakage can cause irreversible kidney damage. ...Read More

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