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Why Is Dialysis Not Recommended for 4th Stage IgA Nephropathy

Why Is Dialysis Not Recommended for 4th Stage IgA Nephropathy Dialysis is often used by patients with end stage renal failure(ESRD) to cleanse the blood and maintain their life. In stage 4 IgA Nephropathy, your kidneys have been severely damaged so that a lot of waste products build up in the blood. Why is dialysis not recommended for 4th stage IgA Nephropathy?

Dialysis is not good for kidney function preservation.

In 4th stage IgA Nephropathy, a lot of waste products accumulate, but they can not threaten your life. With western medicine treatment, you can get rid of body malaise caused by those waste. As we all know, long-term dialysis is not helpful for you to preserve the remaining kidney function and it has many side effects in the long run. Therefore, it is not recommended to patients with 4th stage IgA Nephropathy. But you may have to prepare for dialysis in such a stage.

Treatment for 4th stage IgA Nephropathy

In fact, with proper treatment, 4th stage IgA Nephropathy can be reversed and then you can keep dialysis away. Western medicines can help you eliminate symptoms, but they can not repair the damaged kidneys and promote kidney function. Traditional Chinese Medicine treatment may be a good choice for you.

Our body has immense self-healing ability. TCM treatment can help you set up a good blood environment for the damaged kidneys to repair themselves and it can also provide the damaged kidneys with essential nutrients, such as vitamins and trace elements to speed up their recovery. Besides, it can inhibit kidney inflammation and stop kidney fibrosis to prevent further kidney damage. In TCM treatment, there are a series of therapies, including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Mixture, various medicinal soup, Steam Therapy, Enema Therapy, Medicated Full Bath, etc. Our doctors can help you choose the most suitable therapies for you.

Why is dialysis not recommended for 4th stage IgA Nephropathy? If you want to avoid dialysis, you should take treatment as early as possible. For more information, please leave a message below or send emails to igancure@gmail.com.

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