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Is There Any Permanent Removal of IgA Nephropathy with Creatinine 5.8

Is There Any Permanent Removal of IgA Nephropathy with Creatinine 5.8“I have IgA Nephropathy. My creatinine level is 5.8. Is there any permanent removal of this disease?” If you have the similar doubt, the following information may be helpful for you.

Creatinine level 5.8 reflects that the toxins in your body is high and the kidneys are injured severely so that they can not fully recover even with treatment. But we can repair the damaged kidneys to certain extent and keep you away from dialysis and kidney transplant.

What is IgA Nephropathy?

IgA Nephropathy is a kind of autoimmune disordered disease. Due to the disordered immune reaction, too much immune complexes are produced. With blood circulation, immune complexes come into the kidneys and deposit on the mesangial cells of the glomerular capillary, leading to inflammation reaction. As a result, the mesangial cell structure is damaged and the filtration function of filtration membrane will also be injured.

Treatment for IgA Nephropathy

First, we should block the disordered immune reaction.

Second, we need to remove the immune complexes from the blood stream and from the mesangial cells.

Third, we need to help the injured mesangial cells to repair themselves.

Fourth, we should regulate the abnormal immune system to avoid the relapse of illness.

Conventional treatment such as steroids can only help you achieve the first goal, so you need to find some new treatment for IgA Nephropathy to complete the last three goals. Only in this way can you achieve a better curative effect. Immunotherapy is a combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine, which can help you achieve all the goals. After a period of treatment, you will find that creatinine level gradually decreases and protein in urine also disappears. Besides, your appetite increases and sleeping quality improves.

Though we can not promise that there is a cure for IgA Nephropathy, we can help you live a qualified life. Creatinine 5.8 is much higher than the normal range. Early treatment is needed. If desired, please contact us at igacure@gmail.com or leave a message below. It is our pleasure to help you solve the kidney problems.

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