Initially, glomeruli help to absorb and remove excess fluids through the urine. The condition can be life-threatening if prolonged. Glomerulonephritis signs include enema, menstrual fluid, high blood pressure, and bubbly or foamy urine; The major causes of glomerulonephritis are infections such as strep throat, endocarditis of the bacteria and viral infections. Hereditary causes may be associated with glomerulonephritis, too.

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