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How Fast Does IgA Nephropathy Develop

How Fast Does IgA Nephropathy DevelopIgA Nephropathy (Berger’s Disease) is an incurable disease. That is to say, no matter what treatment you receive, it will develop to kidney failure. How fast does IgA Nephropathy develop? Almost all IgA Nephropathy patients are concerned about its prognosis. Now let’s have a quick look.

How fast IgA Nephropathy develops varies from patients to patients.

IgA Nephropathy usually progresses slowly over many years, but the course of the disease in each person is uncertain. For some patients, it may take only several months, while for some other patients, it does not develop to kidney failure when they are going to die naturally. Therefore, we should not give up treatment hope for IgA Nephropathy. Proper treatment can help you slow down the progression to kidney failure and help you live a normal life with IgA Nephropathy.

How to treat IgA Nephropathy properly?

IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease, which occurs when IgA lodges in your kidneys. This results in local inflammation, which over time hamper your kidneys’ ability. Current treatment is to use steroids and immunosuppressants to block kidney inflammation and decrease the permeability of capillaries so as to reduce protein and red blood cells leakage. But that is not enough.

Immunotherapy is a combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine. It can cleanse cycling immune complexes in the blood and decompose those deposited ones in the kidneys so as to reduce the occurrence of kidney inflammation. It can also increase the kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes so as to prevent kidney inflammation. Moreover, it can strengthen your immune system to prevent bacteria and virus entering into your body to decrease the production of immune complexes. After a period of treatment, you can regain some kidney function. Long-term treatment can make your whole body harmonious and balanced so as to prevent further kidney damage.

How fast does IgA Nephropathy develop? It depends. Besides medical treatment, you should pay attention to your diet, exercise, lifestyle, etc. And there is not a treatment that is suitable for all patients. If you would like to know more information about our treatment, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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