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What to Do with GFR 45 for IgA Nephropathy Patients

What to Do with GFR 45 for IgA Nephropathy PatientsFrom GFR, we can see how well your kidneys are working and which stage of CKD you are in. For IgA Nephropathy patients, they should have a close look at the changes of GFR. What to do with GFR 45 for IgA Nephropathy patients?

GFR 45 means your kidneys are moderately damaged and you are in stage 4 CKD. Stage 4 IgA Nephropathy is a turning point. With good treatment, it is possible to reverse it to stage 3 and lead a normal life. Without good treatment, it develops to end stage.

Conventional treatment for IgA Nephropathy patients

Conventional treatment for IgA Nephropathy patients is to use western medicines to control symptoms. For example, steroids and other immunosuppressants are often used to reduce protein leakage. ACEI or ARBs are often used to lower blood pressure and protect your kidney function. Diuretics are sometimes used to alleviate swelling. All in all, doctors prescribe the corresponding medicines according to your symptoms. But they have many side effects if used for long-term.

Immunotherapy for IgA Nephropathy patients

Immunotherapy is a complication of western medicine and Chinese medicine. It can cleanse the cycling immune complexes in the blood and decompose the deposited immune complexes in the kidneys to eliminate kidney inflammation. It can also increase the kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes to prevent further kidney inflammation. Besides, it can set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing and regulate the abnormal immune system to help you fight against disease. After a period of treatment, your damaged kidneys can resume some of their function.

What to do with GFR 45 for IgA Nephropathy patients? In short-term, you need those medications to eliminate symptoms so as to prevent further damage to your kidneys. In long-term, Immunotherapy is a good choice for you to preserve your remaining kidney function and lead a normal life. If you would like to acquire more personalized treatment suggestions, please send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. After analyzing your case, our doctors will reply you.

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