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Is It Serious with Creatinine 1.6, Protein in 24h Urine 500 mg and IgA Nephropathy

Is It Serious with Creatinine 1.6, Protein in 24h Urine 500 mg and IgA Nephropathy“I was diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy. My creatinine is 1.6 and protein in 24h urine is 500mg. Is it serious?” If you have the similar medical condition, go on reading to learn more information.

Creatinine is the common used indicator to see how well the kidneys are functioning. The normal creatinine level ranges from 0.5 to 1.2 mg/dL. Now your creatinine raises to 1.6, which is a little higher. It indicates that your kidneys have been impaired by IgA Nephropathy.

IgA Nephropathy (also known as Berger’s Disease) is the most common form of glomerulonephritis in the world. It is caused by IgA and its immune complexes depositing in the glomeruli. Those IgA and immune complexes cause kidney inflammation, which increase the permeability of capillaries so that protein which should be retained in the body leaks out of the body. If inflammation can not be blocked timely, it will scar kidney tissues so as to impair kidney function. Now as we can see, there is some protein in the urine. To prevent further kidney damage, you should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function.

Immunotherapy is a combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine. Compared with the conventional treatment for IgA Nephropathy, it is more effective. It can cleanse immune complexes from the blood to reduce their deposition. It can also eliminate inflammatory factors from the blood to reduce inflammation. Besides, it can block the abnormal immune reaction to reduce the production of immune complexes and it can increase the kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes to prevent inflammation. What is the most important, it can make your whole body harmonious and balanced to help your damaged kidneys to repair themselves. When your kidneys regain their ability, protein in urine will disappear and creatinine will go back into the normal range.

Now your medical condition is not that severe. But it should not be taken lightly. With early treatment, it is possible for you to reverse IgA Nephropathy and lead a normal life without worrying about kidney failure. For more information, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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