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How Should We Deal with IgA Nephropathy?

IgA NephropathyIgA Nephropathy is a common cause of glomerulonephritis. Much Immunoglobulin A deposits in the kidney area may damage the renal functions. Glomerulus can’t release the excess water and metabolic wastes which could cause protein in the urine, edema, high blood pressure and etc. Thus, how should we deal with IgA Nephropathy?

Usually, treatments may be divided into western medicine and Chinese medicine by regional. Here we discuss them discretely.

1. Western medicine

Most of treatments in western are hormonotherapy, which can control the symptoms in a short period. It is helpful to treat the common acute disease. But, the shortness still exists. The theory of western medicine uses the related medicine to block the loophole in the glomerulus. The symptoms seem to be cured judging by appearance. In fact, it also blocks the harmful substances and immunoglobulin A inside. As time goes by, the old weakness will be relapsed and more difficult to treat.

2. Chinese medicine

Chinese medicine comes from nature which avoids the processing in later stage. It can promote blood circulation to remove blood stasis and drives away the hazardous waste. Chinese medicine can treat IgA Nephropathy in many forms, such as oral administration, medicated bath, acupuncture and moxibustion. Comparing with the western medicine, Chinese medicine could repair kidney tissues and treat IgA Nephropathy radically.

3. Mirco-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy

Mirco-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an innovation on the basis of traditional Chinese medicine, which has been researched for more than twenty years. The theory is to cut the effective herbs into small pieces. Then it uses the advanced equipment to make the effective substances into the damaged area. Mirco-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can work out the amount of needs for each patient, which means the treatment could ensure the sufficient medicine. Also, we can change the amounts for the special patients like children. No side effect is another difference from other treatments.

We have known IgA Nephropathy is a chronic disease. Patients should keep a positive mood and take effective treatment for a long time. Mirco-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can protect you from suffering further. You could consult online expert to get more information.

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