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Treatment for IgA Nephropathy Patients with GFR 15

Treatment for IgA Nephropathy Patients with GFR 15GFR 15 means you are in the end stage renal disease (ESRD), when a lot of waste builds up in the blood, affecting other systems of body, such as respiratory system, cardiovascular system, Immunotherapy absorbs the strong points of western medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

gastrointestinal system, neuromuscular system, bone, etc. Different types of kidney disease needs different treatment. What is the treatment for IgA Nephropathy patients with GFR 15?

Kidney replacement therapy

Dialysis and transplant are the common used kidney replacement therapy. Dialysis takes over part of kidney function and transplant is to put a healthy kidney into your body to take over all the kidney function. But dialysis is just to prolong your life. It can not improve GFR, neither treat kidney disease. Transplant is relatively better than dialysis, but the recurrence rate after transplant for IgA Nephropathy patients is as high as 50 %. Besides, the transplanted kidneys can only survive for few years. Years later, you have to do dialysis or wait for kidney transplant again.

Improve your own kidney function

GFR 15 indicates some kidney tissues are still working. It is impossible for you to regain all kidney function, but it is still possible for you to regain part kidney function so as to avoid dialysis and kidney transplant.

IgA Nephropathy is related with the immunodeficiency. We should set about from the abnormal immune system. Immunotherapy absorbs the strong points of western medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine. It can cleanse the immune complexes and some other waste from the blood so as to preserve the remaining kidney function. It can also enhance the kidney’s tolerance to the IgA and immune complexes and block the immune reaction in the kidneys. Moreover, it can boost immune system to help you fight against kidney disease.

After a period of treatment, GFR will gradually increase. And then you can live a normal life. For more information, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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