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What Causes Frequent Urination in IgA Nephropathy

What Causes Frequent Urination in IgA NephropathyIgA Nephropathy is a kidney disorder that can cause many physical discomforts. Hematuria is the most common one, but some patients may also experience frequent urination besides it. Why is this?What causes frequent urination in IgA Nephropathy?

IgA Nephropathy is a glomerular disease. Glomerulus helps to filter blood and remove wastes and excess fluid out of the body by a filtration membrane, so when this membrane is damaged, some nutrients will pass through kidney and get into urine. That is the reason why IgA Nephropathy patients always suffer from proteinuria and hematuria. Frequent urination means lots of fluid are removed out of the body as urine, which is usually associated with renal tubular disorder.

Renal tubule is a kind of kidney tissue that mainly perform reabsorption function while kidney works. Renal tubules reabsorb most of the fluid and nutrients that are leaked from glomeruli and transfuse them back to the body for use. In IgA Nephropathy, when patients’ renal tubules are severely damaged, fluid that should be reabsorbed will get out of the body as urine. Consequently, patients have to go urinate frequently.

In addition, besides hematuria, proteinuria and frequent urination, IgA Nephropathy also run risk for other symptoms like swelling, dizziness, tiredness and poor appetite. All these discomforts are resulted from impaired kidney function, so to eliminate them fundamentally and permanently, we need to treat IgA Nephropathy and increase kidney function.

In many cases, IgA Nephropathy is treated with medicines like ACE inhibitors, prednisone, diuretics and cyclophosphamide, which can help to alleviate symptoms effectively, but unfortunately, they can not repair kidney damages, so IgA Nephropathy relapses easily if only treated by controlling its symptoms.

For one who really want to remove all the symptoms like frequent urination, he can try Immunotherapy which is a scientific treatment system, in which western medicines and estern medicines are combined together to treat IgA Nephropathy. This is a new, but effective treatment. And with the help of it, not only all the symptoms can be eliminated, illness can be reversed back to a relative mild stage.

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