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Can I Take Gout Medicine if I Have IgA Nephropathy

Can I Take Gout Medicine if I Have IgA NephropathyWhen your kidneys fail to work, there will be a lot of complications, one of which is gout. As we all know, kidney patients should pay attention to their intake of medicine, because some of them have renal toxicity, which may worsen your kidney damage. Can I take gout medicine if I have IgA Nephropathy? I think many patients have the similar doubt. Go on reading, you will learn more corresponding information.

How gout is related to IgA Nephropathy?

IgA Nephropathy is a kind of kidney disease caused by IgA depositing in the kidneys. In the early stage of kidney disease, there is only inflammation. But with the development, inflammation may cause kidney function decline. As we all know, kidney is an important organ responsible for removing toxins and wastes from our body. When kidney function decreases, those toxins and waste builds up in the blood. Uric acid is a kind of waste product. When uric acid in the blood is high, it is easy for them to combine with each other to form crystal and deposit in the joints. In order to cleanse those uric acids, your body will launch inflammatory reaction, leading to gout.

Besides, IgA Nephropathy patients often have high blood pressure. High blood pressure is also a contributor of gout.

Can I take gout medicine if I have IgA Nephropathy?

NSAIDs are usually prescribed to inhibit inflammation so as to relieve the symptoms caused by gout. But you should pay attention to this kind of medicine, because some of them have renal toxicity. Besides NSAIDs, there are also some other medicines, such as colchicine for gout, which should be limited as well. But you can use steroids. This kind of medicine can also suppress inflammation, relieving gout and proteinuria.

But the fundamental way to treat gout is still to repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. Immunotherapy may be a good choice for you. If you are interested in this therapy, please feel free to contact online doctor.

Can I take gout medicine if I have IgA Nephropathy? Of course, you can. But you should talk with your doctor before using them. Hope the above information is useful for you. 

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