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  1. Anamika
  2. General Nephrology Questions
  3. Monday, 22 April 2019
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Hi, My husband is diagnosed with primary membranous nephropathy. Reports show increased criatinine level upto 2.26, also increased levels of protein in urine about 15. He is of age 29. Is this curable? What care needs to be taken. Kindly help.
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Membranous is a very treatable condition. In most cases when the disease is severe and does not remit on its own, a combination of blood pressure medication and immunosuppressive medication is required to treat this effectively. A consultation with a nephrologist who is comfortable treating this condition is essential.

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