Large amounts of protein in your urine may cause it to look foamy in the toilet. Also, the loss of protein from your body means your blood can no longer soak up enough fluid, and you may notice swelling in your hands, feet, abdomen, or face. These are signs of very large protein loss.
Most people who have chronic kidney failure stage 4 and proteinuria will not notice any abnormal signs or symptoms related to this. Laboratory testing is the only way to find out how much protein you have in your urine.
You should choice a effect treatment for the proteinuria, and have a special diet also improtent.
– Aiming for a healthy weight by consuming adequate calories and including physical activity each day within your ability.
– Limiting phosphorus if blood levels of phosphorus or PTH are above normal.
– Limiting calcium if blood levels are above normal.
– Consuming the DRI for the water soluble vitamin B complex and C.
– Limiting potassium if blood levels are above normal.