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How Do You Manage Hands and Feet Numbness with IgA Nephropathy

How Do You Manage Hands and Feet Numbness with IgA NephropathyWith IgA Nephropathy, you do not only have blood urine or protein urine, but also some other symptoms, such as hands and feet numbness. How do you manage hands and feet numbness with IgA Nephropathy?

Cleanse waste products from the blood

When IgA Nephropathy impairs your kidney function severely, waste products build up in the blood. High toxin concentration in the blood, such as high blood potassium may damage the nerves, leading to hands and feet numbness. In such case, it is necessary for you to cleanse the blood. Dialysis is the common used way. If you do not want to do dialysis, you can choose Medicated Full Bath, Enema Therapy, Circle Therapy and so on, which can make use other detoxification organs such as skin and intestinal tract to discharge toxins.

Supplement vitamins

IgA Nephropathy patients are often required to follow a restricted diet. This may make you not absorb enough nutrients. Vitamin E, B1, B6, B12 and niacin are essential for healthy nerve function. When you suffer from vitamin deficiency, it is likely for you to have hands and feet numbness. In such case, you should supplement corresponding vitamins to alleviate numbness.

Change the medications you eat

Some medications for IgA Nephropathy can contribute to hands and feet numbness, such as steroids. If so, you may have to talk with your doctor to change it into other types. In China, we often use Immunotherapy to treat IgA Nephropathy. This therapy is a combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine, which can not only reduce the side effects of each other, but also help you improve kidney function.

How do you manage hands and feet numbness with IgA Nephropathy? Successful treatment depends on an accurate diagnosis and treatment of the underlying cause of the tingling, and you should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function to reduce its symptoms and complications. As long as he peripheral nerve cells have not been killed, they have the ability to regenerate. If you would like to know more information, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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