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Do I Need Kidney Transplant with Creatinine 4.25 and IgA Nephropathy

Question: I have IgA Nephropathy. My creatinine is 4.25. They want me to get on list for transplant. Is it a necessity?

Do I Need Kidney Transplant with Creatinine 4.25 and IgA NephropathyAnswer: IgA Nephropathy is also know as Berger’s Disease, which impairs your kidneys gradually, leading to kidney failure. Now your creatinine level is 4.25. It indicates that your kidneys have been severely damaged, but it does not mean you have to do kidney transplant. Kidney transplant is a common used treatment for kidney failure. Now your medical condition is not severely enough, so it is unnecessary for you to do transplant. But maybe because it is very difficult to find a suitable kidney, your doctor recommend you to be on list for transplant early.

If you would like not to wait for kidney transplant, you should take treatment timely to prevent further kidney damage and try your best to improve your own kidney function. For IgA Nephropathy patients, due to some unknown causes, IgA traps in the glomeruli, leading to inflammation, which over time causes kidney function impairment. Therefore, treatment should focus on cleansing IgA and its immune complexes in the kidneys and blood to prevent kidney inflammation. You should also increase the kidneys’ tolerance so that even immune complexes deposit in the kidneys, they do not cause inflammation. Besides, you should set up a good blood environment and supplement essential nutrients to help kidneys repair themselves. Immunotherapy can help you achieve the goals through six aspects, namely immune diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blockage, immune tolerance, immune regulation and immune protection. After a period of treatment, your creatinine level will decrease.

Kidney transplant is not a necessity for IgA Nephropathy patients with creatinine 4.25, because it is still possible for you to promote kidney function. The information you give me is so general that I can not help you make a detailed treatment plan. If you want such a plan, please send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. There is a expert team in our hospital to analyze your case and help you.

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