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Is It Possible to Completely Cure IgA Nephropathy

Is It Possible to Completely Cure IgA NephropathyIgA Nephropathy is a kind of kidney disease associated with immune system. Due to immunodeficiency, IgA and immune complexes deposit in the kidneys, leading to inflammation. Is it possible to completely cure IgA Nephropathy? Many IgA Nephropathy patients want to know the answer. In the following, you will find the answer.

Currently, no cure exists for IgA Nephropathy, but therapies that can delay the onset of need for dialysis and transplantation are available.

-Control blood pressure

High blood pressure is a common symptom of IgA Nephropathy. You should treat hypertension early and aggressively. A reasonable goal is to aim for a blood pressure of 125/75-130/80 mm Hg. Because hypertension will cause further damage to the kidneys and it will also increase the risk of heart disease. The common used drugs may be ACEI and ARB. These medicine can also help protect kidney function as well as reduce protein leakage.

-Reduce proteinuria

Proteinuria is also very common among IgA Nephropathy patients. Early treatment with prednisone or some other immunosuppressants has been shown to be effective in reducing proteinuria.

-Improve immunity

To reduce the production of IgA and immune complexes, you should improve immunity so as to protect yourself from cold, infection and some other disease. Some Chinese medicine can help you achieve the goal. In order to have a better curative effect, we combine Chinese medicine with western medicine. That is our Immunotherapy, which can regulate the abnormal immune system and help you fight against kidney disease as well as promote kidney function. If you want to know more information about this therapy, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

In the early stage of IgA Nephropathy, there is only inflammation. It is possible for you to control medical condition and prevent kidney damage. With the development of kidney disease, the difficulty of treatment will increase. It is said that CKD and ESRD occur about 20-40% of patients within 20 years of presentation. Therefore, you had better control IgA Nephropathy as early as possible.

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