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Can You Stop Recurrent IgA Nephropathy

Can You Stop Recurrent IgA NephropathyWith medical treatment, symptoms associated with IgA Nephropathy disappear. But due to infection, cold and some other aliments, those symptoms such as blood urine come back again. Can you stop recurrent IgA Nephropathy?

Why does IgA Nephropathy recur?

Conventional treatment for IgA Nephropathy is to use western medicine, such as steroids, ACEI, ARBs and immunosuppressants to eliminate symptoms. Though those medicines are very effective, they can not cleanse the IgA immune complexes deposited in the kidneys. As long as you catch cold or infection, more immune complexes come into being. With blood circulation, they reach kidneys and deposit, activating kidney inflammation again.

What can help you stop recurrent IgA Nephropathy?

First, you should block the abnormal immune reaction so as to reduce the production of immune complexes.

Second, you should cleanse those immune complexes in the blood so as to prevent it going to kidneys.

Third, you should inhibit kidney inflammation to prevent further kidney damage.

Fourth, you should decompose those deposited immune complexes so as to remove them from the kidneys easily.

Fifth, you should increase the kidney’s tolerance to immune complexes. And then even if there are immune complexes in the kidneys, they can not trigger inflammatory response again.

Sixth, you should set up a good blood environment, such as purify the blood, increase blood flow into kidneys and supplement essential nutrients into the blood to speed up kidney recovery.
Seventh, you should strengthen immune system so as to reduce your chance of infection and cold. 

Conventional treatment can only help you to achieve the first and third goals by steroid and immunosuppressants. If you want to fulfill the remaining goals, you can take advantage of Immunotherapy, which combines six aspects, namely immune diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blockage, immune tolerance, immune regulation and immune protection. The detailed information about Immunotherapy can be acquired by leaving a message below or sending emails to igacure@gmai.com.

Recurrent IgA Nephropathy speeds up kidney failure. Therefore, you should take treatment as early as possible to protect your kidneys well.

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