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Is Dialysis Good for ESRD in IgA Nephropathy

Is Dialysis Good for ESRD in IgA NephropathyIgA Nephropathy is also known as Berger’s Disease. Many patients with IgA Nephropathy gradually lose renal function over 10-30 years. Dialysis is a kidney replacement treatment, which takes over some of kidney function to filter waste products and excess fluid from the blood. Is dialysis good for ESRD in IgA Nephropathy?

Benefits of dialysis for ESRD in IgA Nephropathy

In ESRD, a lot of waste products and fluid build up in the blood. If you can not cleanse them, they may threaten your life. Dialysis can help you detoxify the blood and maintain your life.

Disadvantages of dialysis for ESRD in IgA Nephropathy

Dialysis has many side effects and complications, for example, skin itch, muscle cramp, infections, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, etc. Long-term dialysis can also increase your risk of cardiovascular disease so as to threaten your life. And it is not beneficial for you to preserve the remaining kidney function. At last, you may have to live on dialysis or do kidney transplant.

Alternative treatment for ESRD in IgA Nephropathy

After years of research and clinical practice, we develop Blood Pollution Therapy. Compared with dialysis, this therapy can have a thorough cleanse of the blood so as to reduce the damage of the remaining waste products to your body. This therapy can also remove stasis to improve blood circulation and provide the damaged kidneys with essential nutrients. When your kidneys get enough nutrients and oxygen, they can regain their ability gradually. And then you can reduce dialysis frequency or even get rid of dialysis. Besides, you can use Immunotherapy to regulate the abnormal immune system so as to treat IgA Nephropathy from the root.

Is dialysis good for ESRD in IgA Nephropathy? It is good for you to maintain your life, but it is not good to protect kidney function. If you do not spend your remaining life on dialysis, you should take treatment as early as possible to promote kidney function. For more information about IgA Nephropathy, please leave a message below or contact online doctor directly.

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