IgA Nephropathy patients suffer the proteinuria at the different degree. Patients may see there are foams and bubbles in urine, which really scared patients a lot. IgA Nephropathy is caused by the decposition of IgA which lead to damage to glomerular, so the protein are released out. With the lose of protein urine, not only patients suffer symptoms such as edema, hypoalbuminemia and so on, but also the kidney fibrosis process would be accumulated. Then is proteinuria completely curable in IgA Nephropathy?
The most common treatment for IgA Nephropathy with proteinuria is the use of hormone medicines which can lower the activity of protein and decrease the permeability of glomerular filtration. Patients can get a except effect in the clinic. But due to some reasons such as infections, mood, lifestyle and so on, patients would suffer proteinuria again. Why? The root causes have not been eliminated.
IgA Neohropathy patients who want to cure the proteinuria completely need try their best to block the kidney damages, in another word, patients should stop the ultra immune responses in kidneys.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the special treatment in our hospital. The active substances in medicine can absorb the wastes products in blood including IgA, then crash them and finally activate phagocytes to swollen these broken matters, the active substances in medicine also can expend blood vessels, promoting blood circulation and removing blood clots, with the increased blood perfusion, the kidney insufficient blood and oxygen conditions can be remitted, so that the ultra immune response also can be blocked with the pure and smooth blood circulation. The kidney damages are blocked, the proteinuria also can be cured from root.
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