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Does IgA Nephropathy Cause Food to Upset Stomach

Does IgA Nephropathy Cause Food to Upset Stomach With the development of IgA Nephropathy, you may have more and more body malaise, such as back pain, headache, skin itch, shortness of breath, etc. Does IgA Nephropathy cause food to upset stomach? After reading this article, you will find the answer.

Lower blood urea level

Upset stomach is a common symptom of IgA Nephropathy. As we all know, kidney is responsible for removing waste products from the blood. When your kidney function is impaired by IgA Nephropathy, waste products build up in the blood. Urea is a kind of waste products. It can be decomposed into ammonia by urease in intestinal tract. When there is a lot of ammonia in intestinal tract, it can gastrointestinal tract, leading to nausea and vomit. In such case, you should lower blood urea level. Urea is the waste product of protein, so in diet you had better limit the intake of protein and choose some high quality protein to eat. Besides, you can use enema therapy, circle therapy, medicated full bath and some other blood purification therapies to help you cleanse the blood.

Change the medications into natural treatment

The medications for IgA Nephropathy such as steroids and immunosuppressants can also make you have upset stomach. In such case, you had better talk with your doctor to find a suitable natural treatment plan for your IgA Nephropathy. In China, we often use Chinese medicine to counteract the side effects of western medicine. Immunotherapy is a good choice for you. It can help you regulate the abnormal immune system. It can also cleanse the cycling immune complexes and inflammatory factors from the blood to reduce kidney inflammation. Besides, it can block abnormal immune reaction and increase the kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes to prevent further damaged. After a period of treatment, your kidney function will improve and then its associated symptoms will disappear. Does IgA Nephropathy cause food to upset stomach? Yes, it can. If you want your life not to be affected by IgA Nephropathy, you should receive treatment as early as possible to bring it under control. For more information about its treatment, please send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. After analyzing your case, our doctor will contact you.

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