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Why He Keeps Vomiting with IgA Nephropathy

Why He Keeps Vomiting with IgA Nephropathy“My son has IgA Nephropathy. I want to know why he keeps vomiting.” Vomiting is a common complaint of some kidney patients. It may be associated with the decline of kidney function. If you want to know more about vomit and IgA Nephropathy, please go on reading.

Vomiting may be a result of high BUN level in the blood.

IgA Nephropathy can make kidneys lose their function to filter waste. Urea is a waste product of protein. When kidney function declines, blood urea nitrogen level increases. There is a kind of enzyme in intestinal tract called urease, which can decompose urea nitrogen into ammonia. And ammonia will stimulate the gastrointestinal tract, leading to nausea and vomiting. This condition may become worse in the morning, because we seldom drink water at night and sometimes we urinate to flush out fluid, as a result, there is a high concentration of blood urea nitrogen.

In addition, vomiting may result from dialysis or the medication you take.

How to alleviate vomiting with IgA Nephropathy?

If it caused by high BUN, drinking some water in the morning is helpful for you. Besides, you should control the intake of protein, especially plant protein. In order to meet the physical need, you can choose moderate high quality protein like lean meat and egg white.

The fundamental way to alleviate vomiting is to repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. Considering that IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease, we should regulate the abnormal immune system. Immunotherapy is such a kind of therapy. This therapy can remove immune complexes, the inflammatory factors from the blood to eliminate kidney inflammation. This therapy can also block the abnormal immune reaction and increase the kidney’s tolerance to immune complexes so as to prevent inflammation. Moreover, it can improve blood circulation and help kidneys repair themselves. When kidney function is enhanced, BUN level comes down. And then symptoms caused by BUN is relieved.

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