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How Can I Protect My Kidneys Getting Further Damage with IgA Nephropathy

How Can I Protect My Kidneys Getting Further Damage with IgA NephropathyIgA Nephropathy is a benign kidney disease, which usually takes many years to develop to kidney failure. During this course, if you find a suitable treatment plan, it is possible for you to stop kidney damage. How can I protect my kidneys getting further damage with IgA Nephropathy? After reading this article, you will find the answer.

What causes kidney damage for IgA Nephropathy patients?

IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease. Because of the poor innate immune system, bacteria and virus come into body, which stimulate your body to produce antibodies like IgA to fight against them. During this course, a lot of immune complexes come into being. With blood circulation, those immune complexes flow into kidneys, which may go beyond the kidneys’ filtration ability, so they deposit in the kidneys, leading to kidney inflammation. Over time, it causes kidney damage.

Treatment to help you protect your kidneys getting further damage

To protect kidneys getting further damage with IgA Nephropathy, you should:

-Block kidney inflammation

-Cleanse those immune complexes in the blood and kidneys

-Increase kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes

-Strengthen innate immune system to resist bacteria and virus

Conventional treatment for IgA Nephropathy is to use western medicine such as steroids and immunosuppressants to block kidney inflammation so as to reduce protein leakage. While the other goals can not be solved. That is why your symptoms come back regularly. Immunotherapy combines western medicine with Chinese medicine, which can help you achieve all the goals so as to protect your remaining kidney function.

Besides medical treatment, you should protect your kidneys from getting further damage from other aspects. For example, you should follow a renal-friendly diet to reduce the burden on kidneys. You should do exercise regularly to strengthen your immune system. You should keep good mood. If you would like to know more detailed information, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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