Can IgA Nephropathy with Creatinine 1.9 be Reversed2016-10-13 09:51
IgA Nephropathy is caused by deposition of immune complexes in the kidneys, without good control, it may induce many symptoms, and high creatinine level is one of them. Then, can IgA Nephropathy with creatinine 1.9 be reversed?
As we all know, creatinine is a kind of wastes produced by muscle. Under normal circumstance, they will be filtrated by kidney and go out with urine. After the kidney damaged, they can not be excreted timely and build up in the body, represent as high creatinine level, they will make further damage to the kidneys. If the high creatinine level can not be lowered in time, the disease will goes worse. The high creatinine level will be lowered with the disease cured.
In fact, creatinine 1.9 is not very high, it still in the stage 2 of kidney disease, if patient can get proper treatment in time, the disease still has a chance to get reversed. Immunotherapy as one of the effective treatment of kidney disease, it aims to remove the substances deposited in the kidneys. It is a scientific and systemic treatment consisting of 6 steps---immune diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blocking, immune tolerance, immune regulation and immune protection. With the help of this therapy, the creatinine level can be lowered gradually, the kidney function can get improved and the remaining kidney function can be protect from further damage.
Besides Immunotherapy, there is another curative effect for IgA Nephropathy, that is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. If you can get those two treatments at the same time, you can get a chance to reverse this disease.
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