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What Should I Do with Low Urine Output and IgA Nephropathy

What Should I Do with Low Urine Output and IgA Nephropathy“I was diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy. I had very low output urine nowadays. What should I do?” With the development of IgA Nephropathy, urine output may decrease. In this article, let’s see what causes less urine output and how to improve it.

Causes of decreased urine output

-Dehydration. When you have diarrhea, vomiting, fever or lack of adequate intake of fluids, it is likely for you to have dehydration and low urine output.

-Kidney inflammation or damage to any of its parts can result in malfunctioning of the excretory system, thereby conducing to improper absorption of water and wastes from the bloodstream.

-When you have edema, diuretics are often used to remove the excess fluid. But improper use of diuretic may make your body lose too much water so as to reduce the level of urine output. To control proteinuria, immunosuppressants are prescribed to inhibit kidney inflammation and decrease the permeability of capillaries. But this kind of medicine can retain water in the body and cause harm to the kidney, thereby resulting in less urine formation.

How to improve urine output with IgA Nephropathy?

The treatment for low urine output depends on the causative factors. Dehydration can be alleviated through drips. If it is caused side effects of certain drugs, you should stop them and replace them with some natural herbs. If it is caused by kidney damage, you should repair the damaged kidneys, you should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. There is a comprehensive treatment combining both western medicine and Chinese medicine. That is our Immunotherapy, which can cleanse immune complexes from the blood to reduce kidney inflammation. It can also block abnormal immune system and strengthen immune system so as to help kidney recovery. After a period of treatment, you will find that your urine output increases. What is more, your poor appetite improves, you can sleep very well, your cold limbs become warm and you feel energetic.

The normal range for 24-hour urine volume is 800 to 2000 ml per day, approximately 1500 ml/d. If you find your urine output becomes less and less with IgA Nephropathy, importance should be attached.

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