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What Steps Should I Take to Save Kidneys from Further Damage with IgA Nephropathy

What Steps Should I Take to Save Kidneys from Further Damage with IgA NephropathyDialysis is a nightmare for almost all kidney patients. What steps should I take to save kidneys from further damage with IgA Nephropathy. To know the answer helps you protect your kidney function and avoid dialysis.

First, you should prevent IgA Nephropathy from worsening.

For IgA Nephropathy patients, many factors in life deteriorate their state of illness, such as cold, infection, drug with renal toxicity, urethral obstruction and so on.

-In the daily, you should put on coat or take off coat according to the change of climate. When there is flu around, you had better not go to public places. This can help you reduce the risk of cold.

-You should also avoid infection, which trigger hematuria for IgA Nephropathy. When you have respiratory tract infection, digestive tract infection or urinary tract infection, take antibiotics as early as possible, but some of them have renal toxicity. Therefore, before using these medicines, you had better consult your doctor.

-IgA Nephropathy can cause many complications, such as kidney stone, tumor, prostatic hyperplasia, etc. Those complications worsen your disease easily. Therefore, you should take treatment as early as possible to prevent these complications.

Second, you should do exercise regularly.

Doing exercise regularly strengthens immune system so as to protect you from infection, cold and other aliments. But you can only do gentle exercise, such as walking, jogging, yoga, tai chi, etc. According to your medical condition, make an exercise plan which should consist of type of exercise, its frequency, its intensity and its duration.

Third, you should follow a reasonable diet.

Reasonable diet does not only provide the nutrients your body needs, but also reduces the workload of kidneys so as to protect your kidneys from further damage. For IgA Nephropathy patients, they should follow a low protein, low fat, low sodium and high vitamin diet.

The above information is very general. If you would like to acquire personalized information about steps you should take to save kidneys from further damage with IgA Nephropathy, please contact online doctor.

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