Can Hepatitis Cause Proteinuria

Hepatitis is an inflammatory condition which occurs in the liver. In most cases, hepatitis is caused by viral infection. There are 5 types of viral hepatitis, namely, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, hepatitis D, hepatitis E. For people with serious hepatitis, there is a high risk to develop into kidney problems. And proteinuria is a typical symptom of kidney disease.

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Can hepatitis cause proteinuria?

We should speak of from the hepatitis virus. You may think hepatitis virus is a virus which only injury liver. Actually, hepatitis virus shows the potential to get many organs affected. Where the hepatitis virus builds up, where may show affected diseases. Even doctor can find hepatitis virus from placeta. It means hepatitis virus can be transmitted via blood.

When the hepatitis virus stay in kidney tissues, it can cause kidney injury, known as hepatitis associated nephropathy.

Kidneys work to filter the blood which can hold the necessary protein in your body. When kidneys cannot work as before, some protein may leak out from the blood, causing protein in urine. In a similar way, blood in urine may also be found.

Thereby, hepatitis indeed has connections with proteinuria. It can cause kidney problem and damaged kidneys lead to proteinuria. However, proteinuria can be caused by other conditions, such as overexercise, dehydration, Fever, High stress etc.

If people with hepatitis undergo proteinuria, go to see a doctor for further physical tests. Find the cause for protein in urine and get professional suggestion from the doctor. If you have other questions about liver problem, you are suggested to leave a message below. We will give you a reply within 24hours.

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