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How to Prevent Progression of IgA Nephropathy

How to Prevent Progression of IgA NephropathySo far there is no cure for IgA Nephropathy which means it will develop to kidney failure in the end. For some patients, it takes a short period of time to develop to kidney failure. While for some other patients, it may take many years. The course of the disease in each person is uncertain. But I think no body wants to do dialysis or kidney transplant. How to prevent progression of IgA Nephropathy? In the following, let’s have a quick look.

Control symptoms

Treatment with a number of medications to control the symptoms can slow down the progression of the disease. For example, high blood pressure is usually treated with ACEI and ARB. High cholesterol level is lowered by statin. Proteinuria is controlled by immunosuppressants, steroids, cellcept, etc. Besides, omega-3 fatty acids are also often used to reduce the inflammation in the glomeruli.

Lead a healthy lifestyle

A healthy lifestyle can make the curative effect much more better. For example, eat less protein, decrease the intake of fat, limit salt intake, lose excess weight, be physically active, use alcohol in moderation, avoid smoking, etc. You should also take the medications on time and follow the doctor’s advice strictly.

Receive a systemic treatment

Just controlling the symptoms is not enough. If you really want to live a normal life with IgA Nephropathy, you should receive a systemic treatment to make your whole body balanced and harmonious. When your kidneys are protected very well, the progression to kidney failure can be slowed down. Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies are a good choice, because they can be used for long-term without causing side effects. They can increase blood flow into the kidneys, eliminate immune complexes from kidneys, improve blood circulation, inhibit kidney inflammation, stop kidney fibrosis, etc. All in all, they can regulate the abnormal immune system and help you fight against the kidneys. For detailed information, you can click the 7 Natural Therapies against IgA Nephropathy

Our ultimate goal is to help you avoid the need for dialysis or transplant. If you have any question, please feel free to contact online doctor.

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