Lupus Nephritis is an autoimmune disease which is caused by systemic lupus erythematosus. An improper diet can worsen the disease or cause the disease relapse, so we should pay attention to what we drink and eat.
High creatinine level is always a problem that troubles kidney patients. Because it may be an indicator of kidney disease. As we all know, kidneys are responsible for filtering metabolic wastes out of body.
Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) is one inherited disorder that attacks kidney function gradually, with the expansion of kidney cysts. To find out the extent of kidney damage, creatinine level in the blood is one reliable indicator.
Renal parenchymal disease refers to disease appearing in kidney functioning tissues. For patients with this disease, a healthy diet can help slow the progress of their condition. Well, what is the best diet for renal parenchymal disease?
Red bell peppers are high in flavor, so many people as well as kidney disease patients like to eat them very much. However, because of kidney problem, patients should pay highly attention to foods they eat.
Nephrotic Syndrome occurs when glomeruli are damaged, and it can cause a series of symptoms. Among them, leg and hand cramping is one common complaint. Why does Nephrotic Syndrome cause leg and hand cramping?