How to Improve the Life Expectancy of IgA Nephropathy
When someone is diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy, they often feel worried. Gradually, the life expectancy has become their biggest concern. And this article is mainly on this issue.
Actually speaking, the life expectancy IgA Nephropathy varies from cases to cases. Some people can live without serious symptoms, while others may progress into renal failure and the rest may experience persistent proteinuria or hematuria. Therefore, knowing about its factors can offer better help.
After clinical research, experts at our Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital concluded the following factors: pathological changes, ages, gender, high blood pressure, hematuria, dialysis, etc.
How to improve the life span of IgA Nephropathy?
From the above, we can realize the treatments should be aimed at eliminating immune complexes and repairing kidney function. Here we recommend patient with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
During the treatment, patients just need to lie in bed comfortably. As the herbs are all come from nature, patients do not need to worry about its side effects. Any interests about it, send us your diagnostic report:email@example.com and we will reply you soon.
By degradation, the IgA complexes deposited in the mesangial area of kidneys will be eliminated. Moreover, the herbs can help repair kidney function by anti-inflammation, promoting blood circulation and providing nutrients for the damaged kidneys.
Except for the above treatment, healthy diet can also help delay its progression effectively. Generally, patients are suggested to obey low-salt diet, low-protein diet and avoid stimulating foods. If you are interested in the individualized diet plan, please consult with our professional doctor directly.
If you happen to be a person with IgA nephropathy, we are always here to help. Any doubts about this topic, leave us message below.
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