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Average Life Span Of IgA Nephropathy

Average Life Span Of IgA NephropathyAs time flies, IgA Nephropathy can lead to very serious kidney damage which affects patients’ life span to a large degree. As they know a little about IgA nephropathy itself, when they exactly are diagnosed by renal biopsy, worry and fear come into their minds soon for they don’t know how long they can live on earth. Don’t worry, this article mainly aims at telling the average life span of IgA nephropathy, please read on carefully.

Generally speaking, from current statistical data, we can see that there are some IgA nephropathy patients indeed can be alleviated by proper treatment, which accounts for 4%-20%. Besides, normally, the survival rate within 10 years is 80%-90% while there will be 20%-30% patients develop progressive renal insufficiency.

As a matter of fact, the average life span of IgA nephropathy seems a eternal issue among IgA nephropathy patients. Why? The reason should contribute to there is no a certain answer for it so far and the result varies from individual to individual. However, although we can not forecast the exact figure, there are still some useful things we can do to help prolong your life span.

1. Having a healthy diet plan

As we all know that a healthy and proper diet plan plays an important role in slowing down the progression of IgA nephropathy and alleviating the symptoms. If you want to live longer, this point is very necessary.

2. Adopting a right treatment

Please receive a right treatment just depending on your own illness condition. Here, we would like to recommend some natural treatments, like hot compress therapy, cycle therapy, foot bath therapy, etc, all of them are used to repair damaged kidney and improve kidney function from the root.

3. Keeping an optimistic attitude

In general, you may think this is not closely related with your life span, but it is not difficult to find that patients who are more optimistic, they are more likely to live a longer life.

In conclusion, please pay close attention to every point in your daily life. If you still have some questions about the average life span of IgA nephropathy, please contact us immediately, we are glad to help everyone in difficulties.

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