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Can I Improve Kidney Function 53 to More Than 59 with IgA Nephropathy

Can I Improve Kidney Function 53 to More Than 59 with IgA NephropathyWhen kidney function is more than 59, you can live a normal life. Can I improve kidney function 53 to more than 59 with IgA Nephropathy? I think improving kidney function is the dream of all kidney patients. If you want to make the dream come true, please go on reading.

It is possible for you to improve kidney function.

Kidney function 53 means you are in stage 3. There may be some mild symptoms to appear, such as edema, proteinuria, anemia, high blood pressure, etc. From the point of kidneys, some parts may be damaged, but most of them are kept very well. If you can take appropriate treatment, the remaining kidneys can not be damaged and the damaged part may be brought back to life. And then kidney function can be improved to more than 59.

How to improve kidney function to more than 59 with IgA Nephropathy?

IgA Nephropathy is caused by IgA and its immune complexes depositing in the kidneys. At early stage, there may be only inflammation, but over time they can cause kidney function impairment. Now we can see that your kidney function has been impaired by them. If you want to improve kidney function, you should inhibit kidney inflammation. Immunosuppressants such as steroids can restrain kidney inflammation, but they have many side effects if used for long-term. In such case, we recommend Immunotherapy to IgA Nephropathy patients.

Immunotherapy adopts the advantages of western medicine and Chinese medicine. Western medicine such as immunosuppressants are used to block inflammatory reaction, while Chinese medicine is used to regulate your whole body and reduce the side effects of western medicine. When they are used together, they can cleanse immune complexes from the blood to reduce inflammation. They can also set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. Moreover, they can provide nutrients to speed up their recovery. If you cooperate with our treatment, it is possible for you to improve kidney function.

The earlier you receive treatment, the more possible for you to improve kidney function. For more information, please leave a message or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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