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Why Hematuria Relapses Frequently in IgA Nephropathy

Why Hematuria Relapses Frequently in IgA NephropathyHematuria, including gross hematuria and microscopic hematuria, is a major clinical manifestation of IgA Nephropathy. It relapses easily, especially after having an infection. Why is this? And how to prevent the frequent relapse of hematuria with IgA Nephropathy.

Why hematuria relapses frequently in IgA Nephropathy?

In medicine, hematuria refers to the presence of erythrocytes in the urine. The major component of erythrocyte is hemoglobin which is a protein that takes charge of transporting oxygen. Therefore, when large amounts of erythrocytes get into urine, we become tired easily due to the shortage of oxygen of our body tissues. In cases of IgA Nephropathy, kidney tissues are injured due to extreme inflammatory response which results from IgA deposition. Hypotensor and immunosuppressor are always used to treat IgA Nephropathy, so as to achieve the goal of slowing down illness condition. However, as IgA deposition in mesangial area can not be removed simply by treating its symptoms like high blood pressure, proteinuria and hematuria, inflammatory response appears again when patients stop taking medicine or reduce medicine dose. Therefore, improper treatment is the real cause of frequent relapse of hematuria in IgA Nephropathy.

How to prevent the relapse of hematuria with IgA Nephropathy?

We know inflammatory response in IgA Nephropathy is due to IgA deposition in kidney, so only when IgA deposition are cleared away from kidney, can inflammatory response be prevented fundamentally and also can relapse of hematuria be avoided successfully.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the treatment recommended for IgA Nephropathy patients. It is suggested because effective ingredients in the medicine can help to remove IgA deposition away from kidney. What is more, this treatment causes no discomforts. Besides, although helpful, this treatment is only available for patients who still have urine output. For these who have been on dialysis for many years and have no urine output at all, treatment effects are not obvious. Therefore, please consider if this treatment is helpful for you to prevent relapse of hematuria before you take any actions.

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