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What Medicine Should I Take for IgA Nephropathy

What Medicine Should I Take for IgA NephropathyIgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease caused by IgA depositing in the mesangial areas, which can cause many symptoms, such as proteinuria, blood urine, edema, etc. What medicine should I take for IgA Nephropathy?

What medicine you need to take depends on your illness condition.

-If you have high blood pressure, you should take antihypertensives, such as ACEI, ARBs, CCB, diuretics, etc.

-If you have proteinuria, you may need to take steroids and immunosuppressants, such as prednisone, CTX, MMF, CsA, etc.

-If you have edema, you may have to take water pills, such as chlorothiazide, bumetanide, amiloride, etc.

These drugs are effective to eliminate the symptoms, but it could not solve the problem. The reason is that these medicines can not remove these harmful deposition in kidneys. As long as you stop or reduce the dosage of medicine, symptoms relapse. What is worse, each relapse aggravates renal function further. At this time, a combined treatment would be more helpful to deal with IgA Nephropathy.

Chinese medicine for IgA Nephropathy

From our clinical treatment, we find an effective treatment for IgA Nephropathy and we should set about from the following aspects:

1. stop the harmful inflammation in kidneys to avoid more renal cells' injury.

2. decompose the harmful immune complex and surplus extracellular matrix in kidneys.

3. reduce extra production of IgA immune complex

4. reinforce the inherent immune network, so virus and bacteria will not enter into the body easily.

To achieve the above goals, you may need Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang and decoction. There are also some other adjunctive therapies, such as full bath, circle therapy, steam therapy, moxibustion and enema therapy. We can help you make a personalized treatment plan according to your medical condition. With comprehensive treatment, you can regain your kidney function and live a normal life.

Without timely and effective treatment, IgA Nephropathy will develop to kidney failure quickly. If you want to know more information about IgA Nephropathy treatment, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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