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Burning Sensations in Face and Neck Area: Is It Related with IgA Nephropathy

Burning Sensations in Face and Neck Area: Is It Related with IgA NephropathyRecently some IgA Nephropathy patients complain that there are burning sensations in face and neck area. Is it related with IgA Nephropathy or some other kinds of aliments? Now let’s have a quick look in the following article.

Under normal circumstance, IgA Nephropathy does not cause burning sensations in face and neck area.

IgA Nephropathy is the most common glomerulonephritis, which is caused by immunoglobulin A lodging in mesangial areas of glomeruli. Its typical symptoms are frequent blood urine, swelling, back pain, frequent urination at night, etc. Burning sensations in face and neck area is not a very common symptom of IgA Nephropathy. But it does not mean it is not related with IgA Nephropathy.

IgA Nephropathy patients may have burning sensations in face and neck area due to the following causes.

-Shingles

IgA Nephropathy patients run a high risk of shingles, because their immunity becomes low. And the use of steroid and immunosuppressant for IgA Nephropathy weakens your immune system further so that virus and bacteria invade into your body easily. Shingles is an infection caused by the virus. It usually appears as a strip of blisters on one side of the body, such as neck or face.

-Endocrine disorders

When IgA Nephropathy impairs your kidney function, waste products build up in the blood. When their concentration in the blood is high, they do not only cause further damage to your kidneys, but also affect other systems of body. If they affect your endocrine function, it may lead to burning sensations in face and neck area.

-Side effects of medications

Medications you take, such as steroids and immunosuppressants have many side effects if used for long-term. They may also cause burning sensations in face and neck area.

If you have burning sensations in face and neck area, you should talk with your doctor to find out the root cause of IgA Nephropathy and then take treatment as early as possible. We are also glad to help you. Please contact us at igacure@gmail.com.

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