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Is There Anything I Can Do to Improve Kidney Function 10 % with IgA Nephropathy

Question: I have IgA Nephropathy and just landed on your site, curious. I am on dialysis now, but would there be anything I can do now, or is it too late? I still have maybe 10 % function.

Is There Anything I Can Do to Improve Kidney Function 10 % with IgA NephropathyAnswer: Dialysis is not a treatment for kidney failure, but a way to maintain your life. Long-term treatment with dialysis, your remaining kidney function will lose completely and then you have to live on dialysis. Besides, dialysis has many complications, such as muscle cramp and itch skin. Fortunately, you still have 10 % kidney function. If you take other treatment to repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function, it is possible for you to get rid of dialysis.

Because your IgA Nephropathy has developed to end stage renal failure, the kidneys have failed their ability to filter waste and excess fluid from the blood. These waste and fluid builds up in the blood, slowing down the normal blood flow. And the substances in the blood easily deposit to form stasis. As a result, the kidneys are in a state of ischemia and anoxia, which can results in further damage to the kidneys. This is a vicious circle.

Besides dialysis, there are also other ways to help you detoxify the blood, such as circle therapy, foot bath, steam therapy and full bath. They make use of your skin to discharge toxins. Enema therapy is another way to expel toxins via intestinal tract. These therapies have other health benefits for health. For example, they can speed up blood circulation to remove stasis. And they can dilate blood vessels to increase blood flow into the kidneys.

Apart from the above therapies, we often use Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to inhibit kidney inflammation, stop kidney fibrosis and supplement nutrients to speed up the recovery of kidneys. What’s the most important, the combination of these therapies can strengthen your immune system and make your whole body balanced and harmonious so that you can avoid dialysis.

Early treatment is needed for you to improve kidney function 10%. If you would like a personalized treatment plan, please send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. Our doctors will contact you later.

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