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How to Live Well with IgA Nephropathy

How to Live Well with IgA NephropathyIgA Nephropathy (Berger’s Disease) can not be cured. That is to say, as long as you are diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy, you have to live with it in your remaining years. How to live well with IgA Nephropathy? Do you want to know the answer? After reading this article, you will have a clear mind.

IgA Nephropathy is incurable, but it can be controlled very well.

Generally speaking, IgA Nephropathy develops slowly over many years, but the course of the disease in each person is uncertain. In the world, there are many kinds of treatment for IgA Nephropathy patients to slow the course. The most common used treatment is western medicine, such as steroids and immunosuppressants like prednisone and cellcept, antihypertensive medicine like ACEI or ARBs. They can help you eliminate proteinuria and control blood pressure. But those medications usually have many side effects, which may bring you many new troubles.

Alternative treatment for IgA Nephropathy

IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease caused by immunoglobulin A depositing in the kidneys. Western medicine is temporary medical relief, while immune complexes are still there. Some other factors such as infections will trigger the relapse of IgA Nephropathy again. After years of research and clinical practice, we find an effective therapy for IgA Nephropathy—Immunotherapy.

Immunotherapy takes advantage of both western medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine. It can cleanse the cycling immune complexes from the blood and decompose the deposited immune complexes in the kidneys so as to reduce their damage to the kidneys. This therapy can also block kidney inflammation and increase the kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes. Moreover, it can strengthen your innate immune complexes to resist the invading bacteria and virus so as to reduce the production of immune complexes. After a long-term treatment, your whole body will become harmonious and balanced and then you can live well with IgA Nephropathy without worrying about kidney failure.

How to live well with IgA Nephropathy? Besides the above medical treatment, you should pay attention to your diet, exercise, emotion and some other lifestyle. Only in this way can you protect your kidneys very well.

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