Me Which Treatment I Should Set in IgA Nephropathy and Prednisone2018-02-14 11:21
The patient with IgA nephropathy was treated for 6 months with Prednisone. He has a partial remission. The treatment was finished 2 months ago. In this time increase proteinuria 3.6g, hematuria, minimal increase of creatinine. So that, he asked “could you please advice me which treatment I should set?”
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To be honest, Prednisone is the first option in clinic for treating IgA nephropathy. But it does not work on solve the problem fundamentally. This is why the issues come out again.
A best practice in this case is to correct immunity and to repair diseased kidneys.
Shijiazhuang Hetaiheng Hospital comes up with Toxin-Removing Therapy, an integrated treatment to interdict the process of IgA nephropathy. Also, the present invention solves the defects of the Prednisone and other western medicines for treating IgA nephropathy such as adverse reactions, and easy recurrence after drug withdrawal.
In the treatment of Toxin-Removing Therapy, Acupuncture, Full Bath Therapy, Cupping Therapy, Hot Compress Therapy, Micro-Chinese Medicine and other natural treatments are received according to the patients’ illness conditions and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) so as to eliminate toxins, improve Qi and Blood circulation, offer a rewarding surrounding, enhance the renal function, etc. And thus, the kidneys will be repaired gradually and effectively.
As long as the kidneys are restored, the proteinuria 3.6g will reduced to normal, hematuria will be disappeared, increase of creatinine can be stopped, and the patients can live a relatively normal life.
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