Lupus Nephritis Symptoms

Lupus Nephritis is characterized by skin rash, swelling and proteinuria. Managing these Lupus Nephritis symptoms and signs very well can slow its progress.

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Lupus Nephritis and 19% Kidney Function: What Causes Hand Cramps

Lupus Nephritis and 19% Kidney Function: What Causes Hand Cramps

Question: My wife has Lupus Nephritis and she gets a lot of hand cramps. We are not sure what is causing it. She is currently at 19 % kidney function according to her doctors. Please help. ...Read More

How to Release Puffy Legs and Hands for Lupus Nephritis Patients

How to Release Puffy Legs and Hands for Lupus Nephritis Patients

Question: I have Lupus Nephritis. For this reason, to take steroid medicine. My face, body, legs and hands are puffy. How can I release it? ...Read More

How Can I Release Puffy Face with Lupus Nephritis Class 5

How Can I Release Puffy Face with Lupus Nephritis Class 5

Question: I have a lupus nephritis class 5. My dr. gave me steroid medicine. It causes my face and leg to be puffy. How can I release puffy face and puffy leg.....please tell me some suggestions to slim face. ...Read More

Hematuria in Membranous Lupus Nephritis: How to Relieve It

Hematuria in Membranous Lupus Nephritis: How to Relieve It

Patients with Membranous Lupus Nephritis frequently have microscopic hematuria. Though this symptom does not bring you any discomfort, importance should be attached. How to relieve it? How does Membranous Lupus Nephritis cause blood urine?...Read More

Can Lupus Cause Protein in Urine

Can Lupus Cause Protein in Urine

Lupus is an autoimmune disease that causes swelling and a wide variety of symptoms, such as rash, fever, fatigue, swollen joints, etc. Can it cause protein in urine? The answer is certain. Now go on reading to learn more information. ...Read More

How to Reduce Creatinine 4.7 to Normal Level for Lupus Nephritis

How to Reduce Creatinine 4.7 to Normal Level for Lupus Nephritis

A Lupus Nephritis patient with creatinine level 4.7 indicates that the persons kidneys have been damaged severely. Because in clinic, creatinine level wont increase until half of renal function has been damaged. Well then, how to reduce hig...Read More

Is Lupus Nephritis with Creatinine 3.2 Curable

Is Lupus Nephritis with Creatinine 3.2 Curable

Is lupus nephritis with creatinine 3.2 curable? Some patients with the condition will concern more about the question. Next, we will discuss the question with you and any questions, you can contact with our Online Doctor or email to us at k...Read More

Treatment to Remove Fluid Retention in Lupus

Treatment to Remove Fluid Retention in Lupus

Treatment to remove fluid retention in lupus is available, but should be based on the root cause. Follow me to get more facts about this condition. How does lupus cause fluid retention? Lupus, or SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus) is an aut...Read More

Treatment for Weakness in Lupus Nephritis Patients

Treatment for Weakness in Lupus Nephritis Patients

Lupus, or SLE ( Systemic Lupus Erythematosus ), is an autoimmune disease that can affecting many organs. Lupus Nephritis refers to an inflammation on kidneys. This article is about the treatment for weakness in Lupus Nephritis. Why does Lup...Read More

Can Negative Proteinuria Recur in Lupus Nephritis

Can Negative Proteinuria Recur in Lupus Nephritis

Lupus Nephritis refers to kidney inflammation caused by lupus. Proteinuria is the common symptoms but sometimes is difficult to be controlled. Can negative proteinuria recur in Lupus Nephritis? Unfortunately, the answer is yes. Why does tha...Read More

Systematic Lupus With Creatinine 4.06

Systematic Lupus With Creatinine 4.06

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease. According to reports, about sixty percent people with lupus have Lupus Nephritis, a condition when lupus cause inflammation on kidneys. Creatinine 4.06 indicate you are at Stage 4...Read More

Have eGFR of 49 with Systemic Lupus: Should I See a Nephrologist

Have eGFR of 49 with Systemic Lupus: Should I See a Nephrologist

Should you see a nephrologist if you have eGFR (glomerular filtration rate) 49 with systemic lupus? Well, youd better prepare a visit to nephrologist since this test result indicate kidney damage. What does GFR 49 mean? The glomerular filtr...Read More

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