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Life After Kidney Transplant For IgA Nephropathy Patients

Life After Kidney Transplant For IgA Nephropathy PatientsIn clinical treatment for IgA Nephropathy, dialysis and kidney transplant are the most common choices. Among which, kidney transplant may be a better treatment for you than dialysis, because the survival rates are better. But not everyone wants to do it for the life after kidney transplant for IgA nephropathy patients is very difficult to manage.

In general, for people just after a kidney transplant, there are numerous advices to be followed, including normal suggestion on a healthy lifestyle and avoidance of triggers that may damage the kidneys. The following are some specific details and we hope can hope you greatly.

1. Healthy balanced diet

Patients are advised to take plenty of fruits and vegetables of at least five portions a day. Besides, a major portion of diet should be starchy foods like potatoes, bread, rice, pasta, etc. Sometimes, patients also should consume some high quality protein foods like egg white, milk, lean meat, fresh fish, etc. But salts must be avoided as much as possible as it can raise blood pressure.

2. Quite smoking and drinking

As we all know some toxins contained in alcohol and cigarette are very harm to our kidneys and it is easy to find that people who continued to smoke after a kidney transplant are twice as likely to have a kidney failure as those are non smokers.

3. Avoid infections

To achieve this goal, good personal hygiene should be maintained, like regular hand washing before eating and after using the toilet, try to sleep earlier, etc.

4. Pay close attention to sex life

Generally speaking, sexual intercourse should be avoided until the abdominal incision wound is completely healed. If any, the frequency should be noticed strictly.

5. Taking medicines as directed

Patients who have received a kidney transplant need to take medicines regularly to keep their immunity suppressed. Be sure to remember that don’t take medicines blindly.

Although the life after kidney transplant for IgA nephropathy patients is so difficult to control, as long as you follow the above suggestions and other things, you have the big hope to live longer just as a normal person. Other suggestions please consult our online doctors or send an email to igacure@gmail.com. We will reply you within 24 hours.

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