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Life Span Of People With Nephrotic Syndrome And IgA Nephropathy

Life Span Of People With Nephrotic Syndrome And IgA NephropathyIgA nephropathy is a kind of glomerulonephritis featured with antibodies ( immunoglobulin A) in kidneys. As this disease progresses, it can lead to various symptoms and complications. In this situation, nephrotic syndrome can occur in some cases of IgA nephropathy. Generally speaking, people with nephrotic syndrome and IgA nephropathy always indicate a poor prognosis. Then what is the life span of people with nephrotic syndrome and IgA nephropathy on earth? Do you want to know the answer immediately? Here are some useful things introduced in the following passages.

In order to know more about the life span of people with nephrotic syndrome and IgA nephropathy, the first thing is to learn what can affects the consequence of this problem.

1. High blood pressure

High blood pressure is one of common symptoms of IgA nephropathy and it also can affect the disease progression a lot. The reason is that high blood pressure can put extra strain on kidneys and above all, it can cause kidney function to decline more rapidly and also increase the leakage of protein in urine. Generally speaking, keeping blood pressure at 80-130 can improve the life span.

2. Diet

A proper and healthy daily diet is an essential part of prolonging life span of people with nephrotic syndrome and IgA nephropathy but it needs depend on patient’s specific illness condition. If you have this need, please send us your check list to igacure@gmail.com immediately or chat with our online doctors for free help, we are glad to help you.

3. Treatment

It can be said that prompt and effective treatment plays the most important part in affecting the life span of people with nephrotic syndrome and IgA nephropathy. Besides, in addition to general treatments like steroids, immunosuppressive agents, blood pressure medicines,etc, an alternative treatment-Immunotherapy is highly suggested to the patients. ( contact us for more details about this magic therapy)

To be honest, the life span of people with nephrotic syndrome and IgA nephropathy varies from individual to individual and there is no a standard answer. Best wishes.

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