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Is Foamy Urine In Patient With Lupus Nephritis always Dangerous

Is Foamy Urine In Patient With Lupus Nephritis always DangerousLupus nephritis can cause many symptoms in patients’ body, among which foamy urine is very common. While is foamy urine in patient with lupus nephritis always dangerous?

Why foamy urine can be a dangerous symptom in patient with lupus nephritis?

Patients with lupus nephritis often have nephrotic syndrome, which is a severe condition in patients with kidney disease. In this syndrome, an important condition that will appear in patient’s body is massive proteinuria, and that can cause patient to have foamy urine.

Proteinuria is a dangerous complication, because the leaked protein can aggravate the damage in patient’s kidney obviously if it has not been well controlled. Besides, proteinuria can also cause patient to have edema and reduce patient’s immunity.

Is foamy urine always dangerous for patient with lupus nephritis?

In fact, foamy urine is only dangerous when it is caused by kidney damage, because it can aggravate patient’s kidney damage greatly.

But foamy urine can also be caused by many other reasons, and they are not very dangerous in these conditions.

If there is a lot of organic matter or inorganic matter in patient’s urine, that will increase the tension in urine surface, which will cause patient to have foamy urine. For example, diabetic patients will often find foams in their urine, which is caused by the massive glucose in his urine.

Besides, even if foamy urine is caused by proteinuria, it will not be dangerous if only patient’s proteinuria is not caused by kidney damage. For example, when patient take much protein in his diet, there will be lots of protein leaking through patient’s urine, but that is not dangerous.

Thereby, whether foamy urine is dangerous is decided by whether it is caused by patient’s kidney damage.

In the end, if you have any trouble in coping with lupus nephritis, you can contact our online experts, and we are glad to help you.

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