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What If I Get A Cold with IgA Nephropathy

What If I Get A Cold with IgA Nephropathy For IgA Nephropathy (Berger’s Disease) patients, blood urine usually occurs after they get infections, such as cold. What if I get a cold with IgA Nephropathy? IgA Nephropathy patients usually have various concerns about their disease. Go on reading to learn more information.

Avoid drug abuse when you get a cold

To alleviate the symptoms cold causes, we often take some cold medicines, but those medicines usually have renal toxicity, which may cause further damage to your kidneys. Therefore, you should read the instructions carefully and choose those with few renal toxicity before you take them. If you still can not make sure whether you can eat it or not, our online doctor can help you make a wise choice.

Pay attention to your urine

If your urine changes after you get a cold, for example, it turns red or tea-colored or it becomes foamy, you should talk with your doctor as early as possible. Because it may indicate that your IgA Nephropathy comes back again. Early treatment is needed to calm it down.

How to treat a cold for IgA Nephropathy?

Besides medications, you can use some other ways to help you get rid of cold.

-Drink plenty of water, which can help your body rid of bacteria, virus and some other waste products.

-Have a good rest

-Keep yourself warm

-Clear off the runny mucus

-Eradicate that cold virus with steam inhalation

Compared with healthy people, IgA Nephropathy patients usually have a weak immune system. Therefore, in the daily you should strengthen your immune system to fight against the disease. Immunotherapy is a good choice for autoimmune disease like IgA Nephropathy. It cleanses the cycling immune complexes in the blood and decompose the deposited immune complexes in the kidneys to reduce kidney inflammation. Besides, it can reinforce your immune system and set up a good blood internal environment for kidney self-healing. After a period of treatment, not only is your kidney function improved, but also your whole body becomes strong enough.

What if I get a cold with IgA Nephropathy? Do not be over worried. Our treatment can help you lead a normal life without worrying kidney failure. For more information, please contact us at igacure@gmail.com.

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