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Can IgA Nephropathy Go on Complete Remission for Life

Can IgA Nephropathy Go on Complete Remission for LifeIgA Nephropathy or Berger’s Disease is a kidney disorder caused by IgA immune complexes depositing in the glomeruli. Can IgA Nephropathy go on complete remission for life?

IgA Nephropathy usually progresses slowly over many years, but the course of the disease in each person is uncertain. Some develop to end stage renal failure, while some achieve complete remission. Why their prognosis is so different?

How to help IgA Nephropathy patients to get remission?

I think treatment is the focus to achieve a good treatment effect. For some renal patients, they think a good treatment is only to control symptoms well. But without symptoms does not mean you get well from the disease. Because IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease. If you do not regulate the abnormal immune system, it is difficult for you to reach the purpose. Here we recommend you a comprehensive treatment. It is Toxin-Removing Treatment.

This treatment takes advantage of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Enema Therapy, Cycle Therapy, Mai Kang Mixture and so on to expel waste products including IgA immune complexes out of body to reduce kidney inflammation. It can dilate blood vessels to lower high blood pressure. It can also improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys so that enough essential elements can be taken into damaged kidneys to speed up kidney recovery. After about one week’s treatment, you will see cotton-like wastes appear in urine, which are those wastes and immune complexes. After about half month’s treatment, your back pain, swelling, proteinuria, hematuria, high blood pressure, anemia and so on will get relieved. After about one month’s treatment, your IgA Nephropathy will be under control, and begin to get in remission.

Can IgA Nephropathy go on complete remission for life? For some patients, they can, while for some, they can not. But as long as you take treatment aggressively to control the disease well, it won’t develop to kidney failure, and you can still lead a normal life. For more information on IgA Nephropathy treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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