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What to Take to Prevent Progression of IgA Nephropathy

What to Take to Prevent Progression of IgA NephropathyI think every IgA Nephropathy patient wants to know what to take to prevent progression of IgA Nephropathy. In this article, let’s see some detailed information.

Prevent infection

Infection can cause hematuria for IgA Nephropathy patients and cause severe damage to the kidneys. Because when bacteria and virus invades into your body, immune complexes comes into being during the course. With blood circulation, they go into the kidneys. Therefore, in the daily you should prevent infection. Doing exercise regularly helps you boost immune system so as to reduce the risk of infection. Besides, if it is caused by quinsy, you may need to do tonsillectomy.

Avoid overwork

IgA Nephropathy patients should also avoid overwork, because when you are overwork, your immune system will become weak, which worsens your IgA Nephropathy. But it does not mean you should stay in bed the whole day, but you should set up a good lifestyle, such as avoid staying up, strike a proper balance between work and rest, keep a positive attitude, etc.

Avoid drug abuse

Importance should be attached to the drugs you use, because some of them have renal toxicity and some of them may stimulate your kidneys and increase the workload of the kidneys. Therefore, do not use certain drugs without the instruction of your doctor.

Receive treatment aggressively

IgA Nephropathy treatment does not only include medical treatment to control symptoms, but also regulate the abnormal immune system. Immunotherapy is a combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine. This therapy can cleanse immune complexes from the kidneys and increase the kidneys’ tolerance to the immune complexes so as to prevent kidney inflammation. Besides, it can improve blood circulation and remove stasis to set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. After a period of treatment, you will find that your kidney function is improved.

The above aspects should be combined together. Only in this way can you prevent the progression of IgA Nephropathy. With the help of online doctor, you will learn more corresponding information.

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