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Kidney Function 33%, High Blood Pressure and IgA Nephropathy: How to Improve It

Question: I was just diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy and 33 % kidney function. I have high blood pressure. I am worried and want to learn more.

Kidney Function 33%, High Blood Pressure and IgA Nephropathy: How to Improve ItAnswer: IgA Nephropathy is a kind of kidney disease caused by IgA depositing in the kidneys. In the early stage of IgA Nephropathy, there may be only inflammation. But long-term inflammation causes kidney function impairment. From what you said, we can see that your kidney function is only left 33 %.

To improve kidney function, you should lower blood pressure first.

High blood pressure is very common among IgA Nephropathy patients. Without timely and effective treatment, it will cause further damage to the kidneys. Besides, it will increase your risk of heart disease. Therefore, in order to protect the remaining kidney function, you should control blood pressure first. ACEI, ARB, CCB and diuretics are the common used drugs to lower blood pressure. Besides, you should follow a low salt diet to cooperate with the medical treatment to achieve a better curative effect.

Second, you should not only control symptoms, but also repair the damaged kidneys.

33 % kidney function means some of the kidneys are not able to work totally. But there are still some kidney tissues in inflammation. We can help these inflammatory tissues to repair themselves and improve kidney function. At the beginning of this article, we referred that inflammation is caused by deposited IgA, so to eliminate inflammation, we should remove them from the kidneys. Immunotherapy is a therapy that combines with western medicine and Chinese medicine. It can cleanse these inflammatory factors from the blood. It can also increase blood flow into the kidneys to reduce the deposition in the kidneys. Moreover, this therapy can strengthen immune system so as to control IgA Nephropathy from the root. After a period of treatment, you will see that blood pressure comes down, foamy urine becomes less, and you will feel energetic, etc. It indicates that your kidneys restore some function.

If you want to preserve more kidney function, early treatment is required. If you need our help, please feel free to contact us at igacure@gmail.com.

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