Many patients have been detected with Proteinuria and they are worried about whether they have kidney disorders. Actually, this problem can not be answered one-sided, we should integrate different factors to analyze this issue.
Generally speaking, there is some confusion between foamy urine and proteinuria. Actually, they are not the same thing. Foam is a normal phenomenon when urinating and under normal circumstances, there are some organic substances and inorganic substances in the urine. And these substances can intensify the urine’s tension, which may lead to the emergence of foam. So, foamy urine does not mean something is wrong with your body.
Then, conversely, if someone is diagnosed with proteinuria, it will be common for him to experience foamy urine. And it is characterized with a layer of small foam on the surface of urine, which will not disappear for a long time. Except for foamy urine, if there are frequent micturition, urgent urination, swelling, hypertension, or polydipsia, polyphagia, polyuria and thirst, you had better go to see your doctor for a further diagnosis.
Although protein in urine is a common symptom of kidney disease, it is not a sentence of kidney damage. And the causes of protein in urine are different. Therefore, seeking a medical help is beneficial for you, and your various checking results should be fed back to the doctor. And they will make you a definite diagnosis.
The above parts are introductions about the relationship between protein in urine and kidney disorder, we hope that you have formed a detailed understanding about it. If you have been diagnosed with Proteinuria and still have doubts about your illness condition, we’re here to help. You can email us:firstname.lastname@example.org or consult our online doctor immediately.