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What Should I Expect with IgA Nephropathy

Question: I was recently diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy. I am 20. What should I expect?

What Should I Expect with IgA NephropathyAnswer: IgA Nephropathy is also known as Berger’s Disease. It is the most common primary glomerular disease in the world. Its progression of the disease depends on many factors, but treatment plays an important role. Treatment aims to slow the process of kidney disease. Everyone is different in how they respond to treatment. Over time, some patients with IgA Nephropathy slowly get worse until they reach kidney failure. If this occurs, you will need a kidney transplant or dialysis to stay alive. Some people respond well to treatment and may live with the disease for many years while being monitored for any signs of change.

Treatment for IgA Nephropathy patients

Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine reminds you to take a systemic Chinese medicine treatment, which does not have so many side effects as western medicine, and meanwhile treat the disease from the root. It is Toxin-Removing Treatment. It can expel waste products including iga immune complexes from the blood. It can also decompose the deposited iga immune complexes and remove them out to reduce kidney inflammation. Besides, it can dilate blood vessels to lower high blood pressure, and remove stasis and block blood clotting to improve blood circulation. And it can also provide the damaged kidneys with enough essential elements to speed up kidney recovery, and strengthen immunity to reduce the relapse of disease. After about one week’s treatment, you will see floccules in urine, which are those waste products and immune complexes. After about half month’s treatment, your swelling, proteinuria, blood urine, back pain, high blood pressure, weakness and so on will get alleviated. After about one month’s treatment, your Berger’s Disease will be under control and renal function will start to increase. And then you will have a better life.

What to expect with IgA Nephropathy? If you want to have a good prognosis, you need to take correct treatment. Now you can send a copy of your lab report to igacure@gmail.com. After analyzing your condition, our renal experts will give you personalized guidance on treatment.

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