Hematuria in SLE (Lupus) Is There Any Natural Cure2014-04-04 22:34
Lupus Nephritis occurs in up to 60% of people with SLE (lupus). For those patients whose kidneys are affected, they may experience hematuria, excessive red blood cells in urine. Here, we will talk about natural cure for this disorder. Have a question? Chat with our online doctor for free and professional advice.
What causes hematuria in SLE (lupus)?
Lupus refers to a long term condition where a person's body forms antibodies against different parts of itself. If it attacks the kidneys, small filtering units of the kidneys will be damaged. Big molecules like red blood cells will be released into the urine gradually. Early treatment is needed to eliminate this symptom.
Is there any natural cure for hematuria in SLE (lupus)?
The good news is that kidney experts in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital of China have invented a natural remedy to manage the disease well. It is commonly known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. (Click Here to watch the video introduction)
This therapy is an individualized treatment. The most suitable medicine prescription can only be given after making an accurate and comprehensive analysis of patient's disease situation.
Selected Chinese herb medicines are micronized into small molecules. By using modern osmosis device, effective medicine ingredients can reach renal lesion directly and take effect to repair the impaired renal filtering function and restore the overall kidney structure. Renal function will be gradually recovered.
Whether your diagnosis of Lupus Nephritis is suitable to get Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy or not? Please Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get free evaluation from our kidney experts team. You will definitely get prompt reply soon within 24 hours. Anything unclear? Please leave your doubt in the following message board. Take care please!
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