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Does IgA Nephropathy Affect Your Sight

Does IgA Nephropathy Affect Your SightIgA Nephropathy (Berger’s Disease) has a high morbidity in the world. Its typical symptom is blood urine. But it also affects other systems of your body. Does IgA Nephropathy affect your sight? Among some patients, it really brings some problems in their sight. Go on reading to learn more information.

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine theory, eye is closely associated with liver, while the liver and the kidney have a common source. Therefore, when your kidneys are damaged, your liver will be affected. And then your vision become blurred.

In such case, you should try to promote kidney function and liver function. Immunotherapy is a characteristic treatment of our hospital, which can cleanse cycling immune complexes and decompose the deposited immune complexes so as to eliminate kidney inflammation. It can also strengthen immune system, block abnormal immune reaction, and improve blood circulation to help your kidneys repair themselves. After a period of treatment, your kidney function will be improved and your whole body will become balanced and harmonious so that your sight problems disappear.

-High blood pressure

Not a few IgA Nephropathy patients have a high blood pressure. High blood pressure is very dangerous. It does not only cause damage to kidney and heart, but also affect retina, leading to eye disease.

In such case, you should lower blood pressure as early as possible. ACEI, ARBs, CCB, diuretics and beta blockers and so on are the common used medicines to reduce hypertension.

-Diabetes

If you have diabetes as well, your eye problems may be also associated with it, because high blood sugar level may impair your retina as well.

In such case, you should normalize your blood sugar level. Exercise, medicine and diet are usually recommended to diabetics.

Does IgA Nephropathy affect your sight? Sight problems are just an aspect of IgA Nephropathy. If you do not want to be affected by IgA Nephropathy, immediate treatment is needed to control IgA Nephropathy. For more information about our treatment, please feel free to contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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