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sam007, 8 May 2013 20:24

Hi,

My mother is suffering from protein leakage issue almost from last 1 year. We started the alopathic treatment from last 8 month. In the begining protein leakage count was in between 2000-2500. Now after taking the medicines it came down to 630. During these 8 months she had suffered a lot other issues due to those medicine(like high fever, headache and all). We would like to undergo the ayurvedice treatment and have some questions.

1.Is this protein in urine curable? 2.What is diet plan we need to follow for this? 3.Are there any serious issues going to happen?

I am pasting the latest (May-2013) month lab report below. (If you want I can send that one to you in attachment)

atest month report:

Protein (total),spot urine by Pyragalol method 698.00 10 to 140 mg/ltr

Urine volume in 24 hours 900.00 mL

Urinary Proteins in 24 HRS 628.20 < 150 mg/24hrs

Complete Blood Count (EDTA Whole Blood, Automated Cell Counter) Result Biological Reference Interval

Hemoglobin, EDTA whole blood 12.10

Total Leucocytes (WBC) count 4,000

Platelet count 448,000

Red blood cell count 4.11

PCV (Packed Cell Volume) 36.90

MCV (Mean Corpuscular Volume) 89.80

MCH (Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin) 29.40

MCHC (Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin Concentration) 32.70

Differential Count

Neutrophils 64 %

Absolute Neutrophils 2,560

Eosinophils 5 %

Absolute Eosinophils 200

Basophils 0 %

Absolute Basophils 0

Lymphocytes 24 %

Absolute Lymphocytes 960

Monocytes 7 %

Absolute Monocytes 280

R.B.C. Morphology : Mild anisocytosis W.B.C. Abnormalities : Not detected Platelets : Adequate Parasites : Not detected

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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-

Hello,

Thank you so much in taking time writing to us. Firstly, as you know that your mother is diagnosed to have Proteinurea, she should be given management without delay. Here are the answers for all your questions.

  1. Yes, it is curable. Firstly we will have to find the cause behind protein urea and treat the cause. Here symptomatic treatment will only give temporary relief as now and not permanent.

  2. The diets will be told only after consulting with an ayurvedic doctor. Diet is decided only after the patient has gone through ayurvedic pareeksha and the cause for protein urea is known.

  3. Yes , it is a serious threat , especially the kidneys. So don't see it as a simple symptom. Usually this condition is seen in Diabetic neuroptahy. I doubt your mother is Diabetic.

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