Cold in IgA Nephropathy What Should We Do

Cold in IgA Nephropathy What Should We DoCold, especially for the upper respiratory infection (URI), is a leading cause of occurrence and deterioration of IgA nephropathy. What is worse, the medicine to cold will also result in kidney damage. So, what should we do?

The most effective way is to prevent the cold. Generally speaking, the patients need to take the healthy meals and lifestyles so as to improve immunity. If necessary, please take the vaccination.

Once the cold appears, please do not worry. First at all, make sure what is the causes of it. If it is result from virus, fungal and others, please take the medicines under the guidance of a doctor. If not, you can drink more water only or take certain drugs to control the obvious symptoms.

Additionally, I highly recommend effective treatments to IgA nephropathy. You know, due to the various of deposited-poisons in the blood, the patients is too weak to protect themselves well. In another word, it is easier for IgA nephropathy to get ill with cold.

If you do not get a good management in your hometown, you can try Chinese herbal medicine remedy. In China, it has been applied for more than thousands of years to save the patients fundamentally. Nowadays, it combines advanced technology and Western medicines to treat the patients better, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Steaming Therapy, Medicated Soup Bath and so on. Meanwhile, the special herbs used in it will help the patients to dispel the inflammations and to improve the cold naturally.

With the help of a comprehensive treatment, the patients can recover better and keep their condition well.

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