What May Cause Kidney Disease?

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I'm a female and only 32 years old. I was diagnosed stage 2 kidney disease about four years ago and 4 kidney stone removal surgeries, Along with kidney infections that seem to never go away. I'v lost weight changed my diet excerise more than in my past and I still have kidney problem my last kidney stone I actually was able to pass without surgery two months ago. What am I doing wrong?
Teresa,I am sorry to learn it,there is some messages about ur situation.I hope it will be useful for u. Nephrotic syndrome (NS) refers to a clinical syndrome characterized by massive proteinuria, hypoproteinemia, marked edema, and hyperlipidemia. Urinary tract infection (UTI) is one of the most common complications of NS, and its high prevalence is also the main cause of NS recurrence and sensitivity to sensitization. Because of the clinical symptoms of NS combined with UIT, it is mostly symptomatic bacteriuria, which affects the prognosis of patients. Therefore, the prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections in the treatment of NS patients is of great significance. The reasons for NS combined with UTI are as follows: 1 Impaired renal function and elevated levels of urinary protein.  Proteinuria remaining in the urethra is a good medium for the growth of pathogenic bacteria. The body's low white blood disease leads to the reduction of white blood cell production. treatment of NS most effective drugs for glucocorticoids and immunosuppression agent. Renal function is an important factor affecting the progression of NS. The main indicators are serum creatinine, urea nitrogen and urine protein levels. And a lot of proteinuria is a good culture of the bacteria, the reduction of albumin can cause malnutrition. The body's immunity is declining. Therefore, a large amount of proteinuria, hypoalbuminemia NS patients are prone to UTI. Therefore, timely, rapid and accurate prevention UTI is a key part of the success of NS treatment. Low serum protein, low immunoglobulin, high proteinuria, and hypercreatine may suggest a history of NS with UTI; in addition, age, complications, presence or absence of immunosuppressive agents, and hormonal use may be risk factors for UTI. Therefore, individualized treatment should be carried out for different patients, and various biochemical indicators should be checked in time for early onset. Now, early diagnosis, early treatment, combined with medical history and pathogen dete
Will bad tooth cause acute renal kidney failure?
Oral infection and acute kidney failure are linked, not a direct cause but linked, often in children.