Why Do I Experience Repeated Blood Urine With IgA Nephropathy
IgA Nephropathy is an illness marked by lots of IgA immune complex in mesangial area, and repeated blood urine is one the most severe symptoms of the disease. So, why do patients present the sign?
In the early stage of igA nephropathy, there is no obvious signs, however, with the time, various symptoms will appear and some of them are extremely annoying, especially repeated blood urine. So, how does blood urine occurs? In this disease, due to the deposition of immune complex, GFR(glomeruli filtrate rate) will decline. As a result, massive red blood cells will leak out from the blood, so, there will excess red blood cells in urine, thereby, blood urine occurs.
After the above analysis, do you know why does igA nephropathy patient experience repeated blood urine? However, not all the blood urine means you have this kind of kidney disease, if you happen to be troubled by blood urine or you still have questions about the cause of the sign, go to hospital immediately for a clear diagnosis, or send your test report to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will reply you within 48 hrs.
So, is there an effective method to relieve blood urine?
The answer is YES. In Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, Hot Compress Therapy can achieve the goal by improving renal function from the root. In this treatment, igA nephropathy patients just need to lie on the bed, and two bags contained shattered medicine are placed on the patients’ back, with the aid of osmosis device, the active medicine can be penetrated into kidney lesions directly.
What’s more, by dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degrading immune complexes and preventing the formation of thrombus, renal function can be improved from the root. Once kidneys can work as normal, repeated blood urine can be relieved or even disappear.
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