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How Does Scarring on Kidneys Happen for IgA Nephropathy Patients

How Does Scarring on Kidneys Happen for IgA Nephropathy PatientsWith IgA Nephropathy (Berger’s Disease), glomeruli, the filtering units of kidneys may gradually become scarred. How does scarring on kidneys happen for IgA Nephropathy patients? Now let’s have a quick look.

There are two immune systems in our body, namely innate immune system and adaptive immune system. When your innate immune system is not strong enough, bacteria and virus can enter your body. And then your adaptive immune system is activated to secrete antibodies to resist them. IgA is a kind of antibody, which helps our body fight against the invading bacteria and virus so as to prevent infections. During this course, massive immune complexes are produced. With blood circulation, they flow to kidneys and settles. In order to cleanse them, your kidneys launch inflammatory reaction. Inflammation can increase the permeability of capillaries so that protein and red blood cells can come out of the blood vessels, causing blood urine and protein urine. If you can not receive a proper treatment, inflammation can scar your kidneys, leading to kidney function impairment.

Conventional treatment for IgA Nephropathy is to use steroids and immunosuppressants to block kidney inflammation. It is helpful for you to eliminate symptoms. But because those immune complexes are still in the kidneys, inflammation will come back now and then. If you want to stabilize IgA Nephropathy, you should cleanse those immune complexes. Immunotherapy is a good choice for you. It can cleanse the cycling immune complexes from the blood. And it can also decompose the deposited ones. Besides, it can set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing and supplement essential nutrients to speed up kidney recovery. All in all, it can help you protect your kidneys well.

How does scarring on kidneys happen for IgA Nephropathy patients? As long as you are diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy, you should take treatment as early as possible so as to prevent the inflamed tissues from developing to scar ones. With the help of online doctor, you can learn more information.

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