How to Improve IgA Nephropathy Prognosis2013-05-19 16:10
How about the IgA Nephropathy prognosis and how to improve it? IgA Nephropathy is a common cause of glomerulonephritis. Although it is a benign disease in most patients, Chronic Renal Failure and ESRD occur in about 20-40% of patients within 20 years of presentation. Now let’s see improving IgA Nephropathy prognosis by helping patients avoid ESRD, dialysis and kidney transplant.
The course of IgA Nephropathy in each person is uncertain. Some people leak blood in their urine without developing problems, some eventually achieve complete remission, and others develop ESRD. No cure exists for IgA Nephropathy, but certain medicines can slow its course clinically. Keeping blood pressure under control, reducing proteinuria and the cholesterol levels can slow disease progression, but it is not enough to improve the IgA Nephropathy prognosis for some patients.
Chinese experts on IgA Nephropathy do believe that the most efficient treatment should be able to eliminate those immune complexes depositing on kidneys, repair kidney damage and recover kidney function. So they recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
This treatment is based on Chinese herbal medicines, but used externally. The Chinese herbal medicines can play a series of functions the western medicines can not achieve, such as degradation, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, extending blood vessels, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis and providing nutrition for damaged kidneys. Many foreign IgA Nephropathy patients come to China for Chinese herbal medicines, because they want to save their own kidneys. If you want to know more about Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, you can directly consult online expert by typing your questions on the service box or you can click here Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to learn about it by yourself.
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