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How to Control IgA Nephropathy with Serum Creatinine 2

How to Control IgA Nephropathy with Serum Creatinine 2It is possible for you to reverse IgA Nephropathy if taking early and effective treatment. But when creatinine level begins to rise, it will increase cure difficulty, because there is damage to the kidneys. How to control IgA Nephropathy with serum creatinine 2?

First, let’s learn more about IgA Nephropathy.

IgA is a kind of immune globulin, which is the guards of our body. For IgA Nephropathy patients, IgA and its receptors on the surface of mesangial area are abnormal. Infection or cold can cause the IgA and its immune complexes excessive formation in the body. They may deposit in the kidney mesangial area through the blood circulation. In order to clear them from the kidneys, there is inflammatory reaction, which over time gives rise to kidney function impairment. When kidney function declines to less than 50%, creatinine level begins to increase quickly.

However, creatinine 2 means you are in the late stage 2 CKD. If you take measures for treatment as early as possible, it is possible for you to control IgA Nephropathy very well.

How to control IgA Nephropathy with serum creatinine 2?

In this stage, there is only inflammation in the kidneys. What we should do is to inhibit kidney inflammation. Steroids can help you restrain inflammation, but they can not be used for a long time, because they have many side effects. As we all know, treating IgA Nephropathy is long process. We have to adopt some natural therapies. In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, we develop a set of therapies which can regulate the abnormal immune system and help you repair the damaged kidneys, that is, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Mai Kang and medicated soup. Besides, we have Immunotherapy. They are often used together to eliminate the immune complexes from the kidneys and let your kidneys accept the deposited IgA and immune complexes. At the end, you will regain the kidney function and then creatinine level comes down.

Our treatment can allow you to go back normal life. If you have any question, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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