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Kidney Function 34 %, Plenty Protein in Urine and IgA Nephropathy: What to Do about This

Kidney Function 34 %, Plenty Protein in Urine and IgA Nephropathy: What to Do about This“I have IgA Nephropathy. My kidney function is at 34%. There is plenty protein in urine. What to do about this?” This message is left on our website. If you have the similar medical condition, the following information may be helpful for you.

Reduce protein leakage

Protein leakage should be limited as early as possible, or it may cause further damage to the kidneys. Steroids are often used to inhibit kidney inflammation and reduce protein leakage. ACEI and ARBs are also often used to reduce blood pressure so as to decrease proteinuria. Besides medical treatment, you should follow a low protein diet about 0.6 g/kg per day, because a high protein diet can result in even more protein leaking into your urine.

Improve kidney function

The fundamental way to reduce protein leakage is to improve kidney function. You said that your kidney function is at 34%. When your kidney function is enhanced, protein leakage will be limited. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is one of the characteristic treatment of Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital. It is to penetrate the micronized herbs into the damaged kidneys, reducing their damage to the stomach. This therapy can degrade extracellular matrix and remove the diseased tissues from the kidney to reduce kidney damage. It can combine with immune complexes, split them and discharge them from the blood to eliminate kidney inflammation. Moreover, it can improve blood circulation and supplement essential nutrients into the blood to set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. There are also adjunctive therapies, such as foot bath, full bath, circle therapy and enema therapy. These therapies can detoxify the blood and help you achieve a better curative effect.

With comprehensive treatment, the damaged kidneys can be repaired and then protein in urine gradually disappears. If you would like a more personalized and professional guidance on IgA Nephropathy treatment, please contact online doctor or send your medical condition to igacure@gmail.com. We are glad to help you.

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