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What Is the Root Cause of IgA Nephropathy

What Is the Root Cause of IgA NephropathyWhat is the root cause of IgA Nephropathy? To know the causes help you have a better control of IgA Nephropathy and live a normal life. Now let’s have a quick look.

Causes of IgA Nephropathy


Cold, tonsillitis and fever may cause gross hematuria and microscopic hematuria. These infection factors occurs frequently, leading to IgA Nephropathy easily.

-Immune complexes

Massive immune complexes deposit in the mesangial area of glomeruli, leading to kidney inflammation, which over time cause kidney function impairment.


Some researches show that IgA Nephropathy is heredity to certain extent. If your family members have IgA Nephropathy, you may have a greater chance of having IgA Nephropathy yourself.

-Inflammatory reaction

Under the stimulation of inflammatory injury, mesangial cells of glomeruli will produce inflammatory factors, which can cause massive immune complexes to deposit in the kidneys. And then kidney disease occurs.

IgA Nephropathy causes severe harm to your health, so importance should be attached. When you are diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy, you should receive treatment as early as possible. Only in this way can you protect your kidney function.

Treatment for IgA Nephropathy

Conventional treatment for IgA Nephropathy is to control the symptoms. But that is not enough. What you should do is to regulate the abnormal immune system, cleanse immune complexes and eliminate kidney inflammation. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a kind of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It can dilate blood vessels to decrease blood pressure and increase blood flow into the kidneys. It can also block blood clotting to prevent thrombus. Moreover, it can combine with immune complexes, split them and expel them from the blood. In such case, kidney inflammation can be eliminated.

With Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, symptoms can get under control in short-term. In the long run, your immune system can be strengthened so as to help you fight against kidney disease.

If you are interested in our treatment, please feel free to contact online doctor. You can also send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. After analyzing your case, our doctor can help you make a treatment plan.

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