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Do Bubbles In Urine Always Mean Kidney Disease

2014-04-23 08:10

Do Bubbles In Urine Always Mean Kidney Disease Do you have bubbles in your urine? This can be an indication of different conditions in the body. People suffering from conditions like proteinuria or an infection in the urinary tract are common to have bubbles in urine. What is the meaning of bubbles in urine?

Urine production is the body’s way of removing unwanted soluble substances from the body. It is normal for urine to contain bubbles. Because foamy in urine may be the result of reaction of the urine with the toilet cleaning agents. If the cause is a reaction with cleaning agents, the foam will be absent. If the foam is still evident, it is necessary for you to have a urine analysis. A 24 hours urine test gives more accurate evidence. The bubbles in urine may be abnormal, which is usually related to kidney problems. The following will introduce the causes of abnormal bubbles in urine caused by kidney problems.

Abnormal bubbles in urine is also called proteinuria. This is one sign of kidney disease because damaged kidneys allow the protein leak into urine from the blood. When caused by kidney disease, it is essential to get appropriate medical attention. Angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs) and angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors (ACE inhibitors) are prescribed especially to patients with diabetes or hypertension. More importantly, repairing injured kidneys are the key point for stopping proteinuria. In this light, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is recommended. The active ingredients can come to the injured renal structure. In this way, it can provide a favorable environment for kidney damage recover. As long as impaired glomeruli is restored, proteinuria can be relieved to a certain degree.

Kidney disease can lead to bubbles in urine. However, it does not mean all bubbly urine is resulted from injured kidneys. Of course, other factors such as mild dehydration, forceful urination and urinary tract infection can all cause bubbly urine or proteinuria. As for these causes, common medications and diet management is able to bring proteinuria under control. While, if the bubbly urine is caused by kidney damage, stopping kidney damage and repairing injured kidney structure will help relieve proteinuria effective and fundamentally.

If you think Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is helpful for you, you can leave us a message to kidneycares@hotmail.com or consult our online experts to get detailed information to control bubbly urine.

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