Lupus Nephritis refers to a kidney disorder caused by systemic lupus erythematosus(SLE). And patients are surely confused by such a question, what is the life expectancy of this disorder ?
Honestly speaking, as the illness condition varies from cases to cases, it is really hard for us to identify the their specific life span. If left untreated, it may cause progressive loss of kidney function and finally persistent dialysis, a kidney transplant or death.
lupus nephritis is an autoimmune disorder, in which the filters known as glomeruli become inflamed. Generally, patients are suggested to take some immunosuppressive drugs. However, as the immune dysfunction is not corrected from the root cause, the inflammatory response is more likely to recur. Under certain circumstances, the relapse of this disease may shorten their life expectancy.
In order to live longer, treatment for this autoimmune disorder should aimed at relieving symptoms, correcting immune system and repairing kidney function. At our Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, experts recommend patients with Immunotherapy.
As a systemic treatment, Immunotherapy can refrain the inflammatory reaction remarkably. Besides, it can repair renal function by stimulating the regeneration of impaired kidney cells.
And it consists of six parts, an accurate diagnosis, immune blocking, immune clearance, immune tolerance, immune adjustment and immune protection. What’s more, the expense is relatively moderate. If you are interested in this treatment, please send us your medical report:email@example.com.
Except for effective treatment, a healthy lifestyle can also help delay its progression and prolong their life span. Such as, quit smoking and drinking, take moderate exercises and so on. For more information, please consult with our online doctor directly.
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