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How to Ease Joint Pain with IgA Nephropathy

How to Ease Joint Pain with IgA NephropathyJoint pain occurs among some IgA Nephropathy patients. Though it is not a serious symptom, it affects your quality of life. How to ease joint pain with IgA Nephropathy?

What causes joint pain for IgA Nephropathy patients?

Many factors can cause joint pain, such as wounds, strains and sprains, bursitis, etc. But for IgA Nephropathy patients, joint pain may be associated with their declined kidney function. IgA Nephropathy is caused by IgA, IgG and C3 depositing in the mesangial areas. These immune complexes can cause inflammation so as to impair kidney function. Uric acid is a kind of metabolic waste. The damaged kidneys can not remove them from the blood timely. Too much uric acid in the blood may become crystal and deposit in the joints. This can cause joint inflammation and joint pain.

Besides, the damaged kidneys can secrete enough vitamin D to stimulate your body to absorb calcium. That is why kidney patients often have bone disease. Weak bones is also a cause of joint pain. And sometimes joint pain may be a side effect of some medicines such as steroids.

How to ease joint pain with IgA Nephropathy?

There are some tips to help you ease joint pain.

-Pain killers, such as ibuprofen and NSAID can help you relive joint pain. But you should take these medicine under the instruction of doctors, because some of them have renal toxicity.

-Massage can also be done to the joints to relieve joint pain.

-Hot compress or ice therapy is also helpful.

-Exercise can increase the strengthen and flexibility of your joints, preventing potential joint pain, so choosing an exercise suitable to you is very good.

The fundamental way to treat joint pain is to improve kidney function. Because IgA Nephropathy is an immune disease, so we should set about regulating the abnormal immune system. Immunotherapy can help you achieve this goal. It can also help repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. The detailed information about Immunotherapy can be acquired from online doctor.

IgA Nephropathy can not be cured, but you can take measures to eliminate all the symptoms and live a normal life.

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