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Is A Low GFR Reversible for IgA Nephropathy Patients

Is A Low GFR Reversible for IgA Nephropathy PatientsGFR is an indicator of your kidney function and it determines your stage of kidney disease. With the progression of IgA Nephropathy, you GFR will become lower and lower. Is a low GFR reversible for IgA Nephropathy patients?

The basic unit of kidney function is nephron. If you want your low GFR to reverse, you should repair the injured nephrons and protect the intact nephrons. Our body has immense self-healing ability, but the precondition is that you should set up a good environment for kidney self-healing.

Purify the blood

When GFR is low, metabolic waste, immune complexes, inflammatory factors and so on builds up in the blood. If you can not clearance them, they may further damage your kidneys. In both western medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are therapies to help you purify blood, such as immune absorption, plasma exchange, foot bath, medicated bath, enema therapy, circle therapy, etc. When the blood is clean, your damaged kidneys will gradually repair themselves.

Regulate the abnormal immune system

IgA Nephropathy is associated with the abnormal immune system. IgA is a kind of antibody, which should fight against the bacteria invading to your body, but now it combines with itself and then deposits in the kidneys. Immunotherapy is a good treatment for you to achieve the goal. In the treatment process, you may go through six steps, namely accurate diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blocking, immune tolerance, immune regulation and immune protection.

Supplement essential elements to speed up the recovery

Because of the accumulated waste, some components of blood may be destructed. Therefore, you should supplement the corresponding elements. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can infiltrate the active ingredients into the damaged kidneys by osmosis devices. Some of the ingredients are amino acid, vitamins, trace elements and some others, which can activate the DNA in the injured nephrons and speed up their recovery.

With comprehensive treatment, your nephrons gradually recover and then GFR increases. For more information about our treatment, please contact online doctor.

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