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IgA Nephropathy and Less Urine: How to Improve It

IgA Nephropathy and Less Urine: How to Improve ItNormal urine output is about 1500 ml per day. Some IgA Nephropathy patients complain that their urine output becomes less and less. What causes less urine and how to improve it? Now in the following, let’s have a general look.

Causes of less urine for IgA Nephropathy

-When you have Nephrotic Syndrome or dehydration with IgA Nephropathy, a lot of water leaks into the tissue space, resulting in the reduction of blood volume. And then less blood flows into the kidneys and urine output becomes less.

-IgA Nephropathy patients often have high blood pressure, which may cause constant spasm of renal artery. Besides, the deposited IgA immune complexes may cause inflammation in renal capillaries, which in turn gives rise to thrombus in renal artery. Both the two factors contribute to ischemia in kidneys and acute renal failure. Less urine may be associated with acute renal failure.

-A character of IgA Nephropathy is frequent hematuria. If you can not remove these blood from the bladder timely, they may block your ureter so as to cause less urine.

-If you have kidney stone, it is likely for you to have less urine.

How to increase urine output for IgA Nephropathy?

Less urine is a very severe symptom of IgA Nephropathy, so you had better talk with the doctor as early as possible and then take corresponding treatment. Here are some tips, which may help you increase urine output.

-Drink herbal tea

Herbal tea such as corn silk, nettle leaf tea and dandelion tea is diuretic, which helps flush out the excess fluid from your body.

-Have a good rest

If you have severe edema, you should have a good rest so as to reduce energy consumption and increase renal blood volume.

-Follow a renal friendly diet

You should restrict water and salt intake if you have edema and less urine, because salt retains more water in your body. Protein restriction is also needed.

The fundamental way is to promote kidney function. IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease, so we should set about regulating the abnormal immune system. Immunotherapy is such a therapy to help you achieve the goal. The detailed information about Immunotherapy can be seen from our website. You can also consult online doctor directly for free.

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