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How to Prevent High Creatinine Levels for IgA Nephropathy Patients

How to Prevent High Creatinine Levels for IgA Nephropathy PatientsCreatinine level is an indicator of kidney function. When your kidney function decreases, your creatinine level increases. IgA Nephropathy can not be cured, which means it develops to kidney failure at last. During the progression, creatinine level gradually rises. How to prevent high creatinine levels for IgA Nephropathy patients?

To prevent high creatinine level, you should protect your kidneys from being damaged severely.

When your kidney function is more than 50%, your creatinine level can be controlled into normal range. Than how to protect your kidneys with IgA Nephropathy? IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease. When bacteria or virus enter your body, your body produces antibodies to combine with them so as to reduce their damage. During this course, massive immune complexes come into being. They come into the kidneys with blood circulation and deposit. Those immune complexes cause kidney inflammation, which over time impair your kidney function to filter waste from the blood. Therefore, treatment for IgA Nephropathy should include the following aspects:

-Eliminate the kidney inflammation to avoid further kidney damage

-Decompose the harmful immune complexes deposited in the kidneys

-Block the abnormal immune reaction to reduce extra production of IgA immune complexes

-Reinforce the immune system so that virus and bacteria can not enter into your body easily

Immunotherapy for IgA Nephropathy patients

Immunotherapy combines both Chinese medicine and western medicine. It can help you achieve all the goal through six steps: immune diagnosis, immune cleanse, immune block, immune tolerance, immune regulation and immune protection. After a period of treatment, your damaged kidneys regain their ability. Symptoms, such as foamy urine, blood urine and cold hands disappear. Long-term treatment with Immunotherapy can protect your kidneys very well so as to prevent creatinine level increasing.

Besides medical treatment, you should pay attention to some factors, which may worsen your kidneys, such as improper, strenuous exercise, infection, cold, overwork, etc. For more information, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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