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Does Getting Upper Respiratory Infection Hurt the Kidneys with IgA Nephropathy

Does Getting Upper Respiratory Infection Hurt the Kidneys with IgA NephropathyWith IgA Nephropathy, patients have frequent infection. As long as you have infection, you will have hematuria. Does getting upper respiratory infection hurt the kidneys with IgA Nephropathy?

Upper respiratory infection hurts the kidneys for IgA Nephropathy patients.

IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease. Because of the disordered immune system, your body may produce excessively immune complexes such as IgA, C3, IgG, etc. The immune complexes will come to kidneys with blood circulation and deposit in the kidneys. For IgA Nephropathy patients, Asialoglycoprotein receptor on the surface of mesangial cells can not remove these deposited immune complexes. In order to cleanse them, your body will launch inflammatory response. Short-term inflammation is beneficial, but long-term inflammation can impair the kidneys. When you have infection, the amount of immune complexes in your blood will increase and then inflammation occurs again. This may add insult to injury, worsening your kidney disease.

Though immunosuppressants can suppress the immunity and control the symptoms, the deposited immune complexes remain there. To eliminate inflammation, you should remove these immune complexes.

How to prevent your kidneys from being damaged with IgA Nephropathy?

After years of research, our hospital develops a kind of treatment to treat IgA Nephropathy, that is Immunotherapy. This therapy combines western medicine and Chinese medicine. The combined therapy can make up the respective shortcomings. They can block the abnormal immune reaction. They can also cleanse the immune complexes from the kidneys to reduce damage. Moreover, they can regulate the abnormal immune system so as to help you fight against the disease.

Apart from medical treatment, you should attach importance to the daily care to prevent infection, such as follow a renal-friendly diet, do exercise regularly, keep the skin clean, etc. I think with the comprehensive treatment, you can protect your kidneys very well so as to prevent kidney failure. For more information, you can contact us at igacure@gmail.com or leave a message below.

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