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Natural Remedy for IgA Nephropathy Patients

Question: Hi there, I was diagnosed with IGA Nethropathy in August and doctor gave me Ramipril to take. however, I am having side effects to ramipril, feeling depressed and moody and down and low sex drive so i would like to go down the natural remedy. Any advice?

Natural Remedy for IgA Nephropathy PatientsAnswer: In medicine, ramipril is usually used to treat high blood pressure and congestive heart-failure. IgA Nephropathy is a problem on kidney, but can cause elevation of blood pressure and heart problem, so in some cases, ramipril is used to help IgA Nephropathy patients control illness condition.

A natural remedy refers to a treatment that can help to get illness condition controlled well and meanwhile cause no side effects. For IgA Nephropathy patients, a natural remedy not only helps to protect residual kidney function, but also guarantee a better life expectancy. Therefore, taking a natural treatment is very important.

As for the natural treatment for IgA Nephropathy patients, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is available. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is not a simple herb, but an external usage of a group of Chinese medicines. In this treatment, Chinese medicines directly work on kidney damages through Shenshu acupoint which is located in the lower back. This acupoint is closely associated with our body, so kidney function can be improved by stimulating this part of our body.

In cases of IgA Nephropathy, after the usage of Micro-Chinese Medicine, not only all the symptoms like high blood pressure, hematuria, proteinuria, sleep problem and fatigue can be alleviated effectively, GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) can be improved as well. More importantly, no side effects are caused during the whole treatment process.

Lastly, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a natural treatment for IgA Nephropathy, not a cure. IgA Nephropathy is a chronic kidney problem which can cause progressive decrease of kidney function. In an affected kidney, some injured kidney cells can be repaired, but dead kidney cells can not be revived. This is the reason why there is no cure for IgA Nephropathy. But for patients, as long as their illness is brought under control and kidney function is improved partly, they can live a better life compared with these who leave their illness alone.

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