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Should I Take Transplant with IgA Nephropathy

Question: I am 51 years old suffering from IgA Nephropathy since last 6 years. I have taken regular monthly blood check up and my serum creatinine is 10.65 now, blood urea is 199. I have taken steroid for three year. Now my doctor suggests me for transplant. What will I do? Kindly advise me.

Should I Take Transplant with IgA NephropathyAnswer: Now your creatinine level and blood urea are so high that you need kidney replacement therapy to lower the toxin concentration in the blood or these toxins may affect all the function of your body. Dialysis and kidney transplant are the most common used kidney replacement therapies. Do you take dialysis now? Transplant is better than dialysis, because it allows you to go back a normal life. But not all patients are suitable for doing transplant. It is said that the recurrent rate of IgA Nephropathy is as high as 50%. Therefore, in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, kidney transplant is not recommended for IgA Nephropathy patients.

Because your kidney disease has developed to the end stage, you should remove the waste as early as possible to prevent further damage. If you would like not dialysis, you can take some natural therapies. In Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM), there are Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Circle Therapy, Moxibustion, Enema Therapy, Steaming Therapy, Mai Kang, decoction, etc. They can draw out toxins through skin and intestinal tract to reduce the workload of kidneys. They can also regulate the qi flowing through the channels, dilate blood vessels, remove stasis, lower cholesterol level to improve blood circulation in the kidneys. A good blood circulation can relieve kidney inflammation and help kidney repair themselves. Moreover, these therapies can stop kidney fibrosis and provide nutrients for kidney self-healing. After a period of treatment, creatinine level and blood urea will come down so that you do not have to do dialysis or kidney transplant.

Early treatment is needed for you, or it will threaten your life. If you would like a personalized treatment plan, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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