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IgA Nephropathy, Stage 5 Kidney Failure and Dialysis: Is There A Chance to Recover

Question: I have IgA Nephropathy and stage 5 kidney failure, currently on dialysis for 2 years. And now I pee very little. Is there a chance I can recover?

IgA Nephropathy, Stage 5 Kidney Failure and Dialysis: Is There A Chance to RecoverAnswer: Dialysis is the most common used kidney replacement way for stage 5 kidney failure patients to maintain their life. But dialysis is not a treatment for kidney failure. That is to say, dialysis can not improve kidney function. On the contrary, long-term dialysis makes your kidney function decline. Now you pee very little, which indicates that your kidney function is little. If you do not take treatment as early as possible, your urine output will disappear. But a comprehensive treatment can help you increase urine output, reduce dialysis frequency, or even get rid of dialysis.

Blood Pollution Therapy

Dialysis is just a way to cleanse the blood, but that is not enough. Because it can only remove some of the waste products in the blood. Blood Pollution Therapy combines many kinds of blood purification therapies, such as enema therapy, circle therapy, steam therapy, medicated bath, plasma exchange, immune absorption, etc. Those therapies can not only cleanse waste, but also clear the clogged material in the blood. After this process, deficient elements is supplied into your blood. In a clean and healthy blood environment, the damaged kidneys can repair themselves to certain degree.

Immunotherapy

IgA Nephropathy is related with your immune system. Immunotherapy can cleanse immune complexes from the kidneys so as to cease kidney inflammation. It can also increase the kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes, thus preventing inflammation. Moreover, it can block abnormal immune reaction and regulate immune system so as to treat IgA Nephropathy from the root.

Apart from medical treatment, you should pay attention to a healthy lifestyle. I think you can regain some kidney function after a period of treatment. And then you can enjoy your life. For more information, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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