noon, I got SN disease, but now it’s not swollen, my protein is 3 ± what does that mean? My albumin is still 2.5. Then what should I do to get back to normal ..
????? by. Indra Chaniago BG’s
From the information you have conveyed, patients with SN or nephrotic syndrome, indicate an immune system disorder, infection, and damage to kidney tissue that causes damage to kidney function, so that protein in the body is wasted through urine, causing protein in the body to drop, then swelling of the body
Because body protein is wasted through urine, one of the tests performed to diagnose SN is a complete urine examination, where a complete urine output can provide an image of detectable protein in the urine. If the test results show 3+ detectable protein in the urine, this means that the urine protein ranges from more than 300mg / dl, where the normal value is undetectable to around 30mg / dl. This results in low albumin or protein in the blood.
What you can do is avoid physical fatigue, go on an SN diet. avoiding sleeping late at night, avoiding cigarettes and alcohol.
for medical treatment, you can carry out routine control to your doctor according to the time specified.
That's the information we can convey. Read also nephrotic syndrome