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Can Steroid Be Stopped in IgA Nephropathy

Can Steroid Be Stopped in IgA NephropathySteroids are often used by kidney patients to reduce proteinuria and edema. But its side effects are so obvious that many patients want to give up steroid treatment. Can steroid be stopped in IgA Nephropathy?

Why IgA Nephropathy patients use steroids?

In the early stage of IgA Nephropathy, there is still inflammatory reaction in the kidneys to remove the immune complexes and IgA. But long-term inflammatory reaction can cause kidney function decline, resulting in proteinuria, edema, hematuria and some other symptoms. Steroids can inhibit the inflammatory reaction in the kidneys and they can also decrease the permeability of blood capillaries to reduce the leakage of protein and red blood cells so as to control your proteinuria and hematuria. This kind of medicine takes effect quickly. After a short-term of treatment, these symptoms disappear.

Steroid can be stopped in IgA Nephropathy.

As we all know, IgA Nephropathy can not be cured once there is kidney function impairment. And then you have to take steroids for years. But it does not mean you can not stop steroids. There are many alternatives to steroid treatment for IgA Nephropathy patients. After years of research, we develop a series of medicine and therapies to help you protect your kidney function and slow down the progression to kidney failure.

Because IgA Nephropathy is associated with abnormal immune system, we should regulate the immune system first. A powerful immune system can help you fight against all kidney disease. Immunotherapy is the combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine. The whole treatment process includes accurate diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blocking, immune tolerance, immune regulation and immune protection. With Immunotherapy, you will find that bubble in the urine disappear and edema eases. You will also find there is floccule in the urine, which indicates some immune complexes are removed out of body. Long-term treatment can even help you repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function.

Now more than 600 foreign patients from 64 countries benefit from our treatment. If you are interested in our therapies, please contact online expert or leave a message below.

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