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Alternative Therapy for IgA Nephropathy

Alternative Therapy for IgA NephropathyThere is no one treatment plan that is right for everyone with kidney disease. The routine treatment is effective on some patients, while ineffective on some other patients. Besides, because of the various side effects of western medicine in the long run, many people begin to look for the alternative therapy for IgA Nephropathy. In this article, we will have a general introduction about this topic.

From the above, we can see the two reasons why people do not like routine treatment. When we look for the alternative treatment, we should consider whether this therapy is effective in controlling the disease and whether it has side effect or not. IgA Nephropathy is not only a kidney disease, but also an immunodeficiency disease, so we should not only treat kidneys, but also the immune system. Immunotherapy may be a good choice.

Immunotherapy is a combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine. They can make up the disadvantage of each other and achieve the curative effects to the maximum. Western medicine such as immunosuppressants can help you inhibit the immune system quickly and western medicine therapies such as plasma exchange, immune absorption and blood filtration can help cleanse the immune complexes and some other waste from the blood to reduce kidney inflammation. Chinese medicine takes effect slowly, but it can regulate your whole body, strengthen the immune system, remove stasis and stop kidney fibrosis to help kidney self-healing. The whole treatment process is classified into six steps, namely accurate diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blocking, immune tolerance, immune regulation and immune protection.

After a period of treatment, symptoms are relieved, such as poor appetite improves, cold limbs become warm and edema disappears. Long-term treatment can make the indicators of kidney function enhance, for example, creatinine and BUN level decreases and GFR increases.

If you would like to know more information about alternative therapy for IgA Nephropathy, you can leave a message or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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