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Can My Teenager Play Sports with IgA Nephropathy

Can My Teenager Play Sports with IgA NephropathyAs we all know, teenagers are very active. It is difficult to keep them staying on bed all day. That is why many parents consult us such a question: Can my teenager play sports with IgA Nephropathy?

When your teenager’s condition is stable, moderate exercises are good for health.

If your kid still has proteinuria, blood urine and some other symptoms, you had better keep him/her from taking part in sports, because sports can make their condition worse. When their condition is stable, moderate sports can boost their immunity so as to reduce risk of infections, which are the common cause of relapse. But do not be too tired when playing sports. When they feel tired, a good rest is necessary.

How to make IgA Nephropathy stable?

The key is to find out an effective treatment. Conventional treatment is just to use medications to eliminate symptoms and complications rather than repair kidney damage and promote kidney function. That is difficult to control the disease well. In our hospital, we make improvement. It is to use Chinese medicine to set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing and other medication application.

The commonly used Chinese medicine includes Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Enema Therapy, Navel Therapy, etc. They can eliminate massive waste products from body to make the internal environment clean. It can also dilate blood vessels and remove stasis to improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys to provide them with enough oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicine to speed up kidney recovery. After a short period of treatment, IgA Nephropathy associated symptoms such as proteinuria, swelling and high blood pressure will get relieved. After a long period of treatment, kidney function will get improved, and the disease will get under control.

Can my teenager play sports with IgA Nephropathy? Yes, moderate gentle sports are helpful for health. But remind them not to be too tired, which may trigger the relapse of disease. If you would like to know more information on IgA Nephropathy treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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