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Does IgA Nephropathy Always Progress to Kidney Failure

Does IgA Nephropathy Always Progress to Kidney FailureIgA Nephropathy (Berger’s Disease) is the most common form of glomerulonephritis. So far it can not be cured. Does IgA Nephropathy always progress to kidney failure? After reading this article, you will find the answer.

Not all IgA Nephropathy progresses to kidney failure.

Some people experience complete remission from IgA Nephropathy. Some people are able to live a normal life with the disease without many complications. But half of the people who get IgA Nephropathy may progress to kidney failure. Different IgA Nephropathy patients have different conditions, so their prognosis is also different.

How to stop IgA Nephropathy from progressing to kidney failure?

-Control the symptoms you have

Patients with IgA Nephropathy who have little or no proteinuria usually have a low risk of progression. If you have proteinuria, you should take treatment as early as possible to stop protein leakage. Besides, high blood pressure is also a factor that affects prognosis, so it is necessary for you to stabilize blood pressure.

-Find a natural treatment

Western medicines are the most common used drugs for IgA Nephropathy. In short term, it may be helpful for you to control symptoms, but in the long run, they have many side effects. Therefore, natural treatment is recommended. Immunotherapy is a combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine. The two kinds medications can make up respective shortcomings to achieve a better therapeutic effect. It can cleanse cycling immune complexes and inflammatory chemicals to reduce kidney inflammation. It can block abnormal inflammatory reaction to prevent further kidney damage. It can increase the kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes so that even if there are immune complexes, they do not cause kidney inflammation. All in all, it can help you protect the remaining kidney function and lead a normal life.

Does IgA Nephropathy always progress to kidney failure? Yes, but with proper treatment, it is possible for you to slow down the progression as long as possible so that you can lead a normal and full life. If you have any questions about IgA Nephropathy, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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