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How to Maintain A Kidney for Long-term with IgA Nephropathy

How to Maintain A Kidney for Long-term with IgA NephropathyIgA Nephropathy (Berger’s Disease) can impair your kidneys so as to affect their function to filter waste products, secrete hormones, regulate blood pressure, etc, which in turn affect the normal function of body. At last, you may have to take advantage of dialysis to maintain your life. How to maintain a kidney for long-term with IgA Nephropathy so as to prevent dialysis?

Lower blood pressure

High blood pressure is a common complication of IgA Nephropathy. It can cause further damage to your kidneys. If you want to preserve your kidney function for long-term, you should normalize your blood pressure. The common used drugs for high blood pressure is ACEI and ARB.

Prevent infections

IgA Nephropathy patients have a poorer immune system than healthy people. And the use of steroids and immunosuppressants will further weaken immune system so as to expose you to various infections. Frequent infections can worsen your kidney disease. Hence, you should prevent infections in the daily.

Receive treatment aggressively

For some patients, they reduce the medicine or stop it when they feel good. This is not good for recovery. Considering IgA Nephropathy is a chronic disease, you had better choose some natural treatment to reduce the side effects. Immunotherapy makes up the shortcomings of western medicine and Chinese medicine. It can block kidney inflammation, regulate immune system, cleanse immune complexes from the blood and set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. Long-term treatment with Immunotherapy can help you protect your kidneys from being damaged.

In addition, you should have a good rest, avoid drug abuse, follow a renal-friendly diet, do exercise regularly, give up unhealthy habit, etc. They are all good for you.

How to maintain a kidney for long-term with IgA Nephropathy? The above information is very general. If you would like to know more information about corresponding information, please leave a message below or send emails to igancure@gmail.com.

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