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Is There A Chance for Kidneys to Recover on Their Own for IgA Nephropathy Patients with Dialysis

Question: I have stage 5 kidney failure. I have been on dialysis going to two years. IgA Nephropathy was the cause of my kidney failure. I also have high blood pressure and anemia. Overall my health has been very good on dialysis, but I would like to know if there is a chance for my kidneys to recovery on their own, or what other options I have for apart of transplant. I still make very little urine and I like to increase the urine if possible.

Is There A Chance for Kidneys to Recover on Their Own for IgA Nephropathy Patients with DialysisAnswer: Kidney disease is not a single disease. With the damage of kidneys, many other complications appear, such as anemia, high blood pressure, bone disease, heart failure, etc. As we can see, you have high blood pressure and anemia, which may cause further damage to your kidneys, so you should improve them as early as possible.

Now you still have urine, which indicates that there is still blood flow in kidneys and some parts of your kidneys are still working to filter waste products and excess fluid. But your urine output becomes less, which tells that your kidney function is decreasing. If you do not take treatment as early as possible to preserve the remaining kidney function, you will lose all kidney function and then you have to do dialysis or wait for kidney transplant.

For IgA Nephropathy patients, their innate immune system is not very good, so their adaptive immune system could be easily activated. In this course, immune complexes could be produced more easily and massively. They deposit in kidneys when they come to kidney with blood circulation, which could cause inflammation and overtime kidney function impairment. If you want to improve kidney inflammation, you should do the following things:

-Block kidney inflammation

-Decompose immune complexes deposited in kidney

-Increase blood and nutrition supply to kidney

-Remove the cycling immune complexes in blood and avoid new deposition in kidney

-Reinforce innate immune system so that bacteria and virus can not enter your body.

-Set up a good blood environment to help kidney self-healing.

To achieve the above goals, you may need 4M treatment (Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Mai Kang Composition, Medicated Bath, and Medical Soup), Blood Pollution Therapy, biotherapy and some other therapies.

When kidney function gets improved, urine output will increase and your life quality will be better as well. Whether you can get rid of dialysis or not depends on how many nephrons are still alive now. But at least, you can prolong the dialysis intervals. For more information, please leave a message or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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