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Why Does the Blood Get Polluted in Our Body with IgA Nephropathy

Why Does the Blood Get Polluted in Our Body with IgA NephropathyWith IgA Nephropathy, waste will build up in the blood gradually and cause many symptoms. Why does the blood get polluted in our body with IgA Nephropathy? After reading this article, you will find the answer.

IgA Nephropathy is also a kind of blood disease.

Metabolism produces a lot of waste. There are many detoxification organs in our body, such as liver, lungs, intestines and skin. Kidney is also one of them. When blood flows into the kidneys, they filter the waste, toxins and excess fluid from the blood, while retaining the useful substance in the blood, such as protein and red blood cells. IgA Nephropathy causes damage to the filtration system so that waste, toxins and water will build up in the blood. If you do not take measures to detoxify the blood timely, they will cause further damage to the kidneys. This is a vicious circle. Besides, these waste in the blood leads to many symptoms. For example, sodium in the blood raises blood pressure and edema. When there is not enough erythropoietin in the blood, red blood cells can not be made. And too much phosphorus in the blood gives rise to skin. All in all, these symptoms are associated with the changes in the blood. Therefore, kidney disease is also a kind of blood disease.

How to deal with the polluted blood for IgA Nephropathy?

Dialysis is the most common used way to filter waste from the blood, but it is recommended when IgA Nephropathy develops to kidney failure. In fact, there are also other ways to cleanse the polluted blood. In western medicine, immune absorption, plasma exchange and blood perfusion are also other ways. In Chinese medicine, there are foot bath, full bath, circle therapy, enema therapy and steam therapy to help you. The combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine can not only detoxify the blood, but also improve the blood circulation and supplement nutrients to help kidney self-healing. This is our Blood Pollution Therapy. With this therapy, you can live very well with IgA Nephropathy and keep dialysis and kidney transplant away.

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