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IgA Nephropathy, Creatinine 1.5, Weightless Feeling in Head, Tiredness

Question: Sir, I am a IgA Nephropathy patient and my age is 28. Last week my laboratory report shows creatinine 1.5, urine albumin + and blood pressure 130/80. I have weightless feeling in head and tiredness. What is the reason?

IgA Nephropathy, Creatinine 1.5, Weightless Feeling in Head, TirednessAnswer: IgA Nephropathy indeed causes weightless feeling in head and tiredness. These physical discomforts appear easily when IgA Nephropathy develops to advanced stage, so timely diagnosis and treatment is very important.

When IgA Nephropathy is in early stage, kidneys are mildly damaged and the residual kidney function at that time is powerful enough to help maintain the normal life activity, so patients usually feeling nothing different at all. They can live as normally as they did before at that time.

IgA Nephropathy progresses over time if no medical treatment is given to stop it. Kidneys help to filter blood, regulate blood pressure, maintain electrolyte balance and secrete hormone, so when they are severely damaged, a series of clinical manifestations will be caused. Tiredness and weightless feeling in head appear easily when there is high blood pressure and renal anemia. I suggest you to have further tests to find out the real cause of it and then take corresponding measures.

As IgA Nephropathy causes no obvious physical discomforts when it is in early stage, so it is ignored easily. In many cases, IgA Nephropathy is not detected until it develops to a serious stage. Your serum creatinine level is 1.5 which is higher than normal range 0.5-1.3mg/dL. According to clinical studies, serum creatinine level goes up when about a half of kidney function is impaired, Therefore, I guess your kidneys have been severely damaged now.

Lastly, elevated serum creatinine level and physical discomforts like weightless feeling in head and tiredness are resulted from impaired kidney function. Therefore, if you want to remove them, you need to start from treating repairing kidney damages and increasing kidney function. Only when IgA Nephropathy is treated fundamentally, can all the abnormalities caused by it be alleviated permanently.

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