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Do You Have A Constant Runny Nose with IgA Nephropathy

Do You Have A Constant Runny Nose with IgA NephropathyRecently many IgA Nephropathy patients complain about runny nose. Do you have a constant runny nose with IgA Nephropathy? If you have, go on reading to learn more information.

A runny nose may indicate that your immune system becomes weak.

IgA Nephropathy is the most common glomerulonephritis in the world. It is caused by immunoglobulin A immune complexes settling in the kidneys. In order to inhibit kidney inflammation and stop protein leakage, steroids and other immunosuppressants are used. But those medicines have many side effects if used for long-term, one of which is to weaken your immune system. With compromised immune system, you may be exposed to many diseases, such as flu, common cold, nonallergic rhinitis, measles and rubella, sinusitis, etc. They can all cause runny nose. Without timely treatment, those diseases may speed up kidney failure.

Besides, there are also some other factors that causes runny nose, such as foreign object in the nose, environmental irritants, cold temperatures, pet allergies, hay fever, etc. Therefore, when you have runny nose, you should talk with your doctor to find out the causes of runny nose and then take corresponding measures.

Ways to help you strengthen immune system

If your runny nose is associated with poor immune system, you should strengthen your immune system to protect yourself from those aliments. In the daily, you should:

-Do some gentle exercise regularly

-Follow a balanced diet

-Keep good mood

-Have a good rest

Immunotherapy is also a good choice for you to boost your immune system. It can also cleanse those immune complexes in the blood and decompose those deposited ones in the kidneys to eliminate kidney inflammation. Besides, it can set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. After a period of treatment, your kidney function will be promoted to certain extent.

Constant runny nose is not uncommon among IgA Nephropathy. Though it is not a severe problem, you should not take it lightly. For more information, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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