Can IgA Nephropathy Be Cured How Long Can Patients LiveThis article was provided by doctor zhengfalei 2019-01-17 14:02
In recent days, more and more IgA Nephropathy patients care about the life expectancy of themself, so how long can they live? Following this article to get answer, or you can consult ONLINE DOCTOR directly in free.
Hormone drugs are currently the most commonly used drugs in western medicine clinic, but they can not help the disease be cured fundamentally, the treatment of the surface is not eradicated, and the side effects are large, patients rely on them strongly,
To make the disease recurrence. It is difficult to completely cure, only clinical cure, cold, fever, tonsillitis inflammation, gastroenteritis, urinary tract infection and so on will cause recurrence, the disease are more serious.
Secondly. But the individual difference of iga nephropathy is very big, but we must treat it actively, pay attention to full rest and exercise properly.
Traditional Chinese medicine include a series of treatments, such as, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath Therapy, Immunotherapy, Toxin-Removing Treatment, Moxibustion Therapy, Acupuncture, Hot Compress Therapy, Cycle Therapy, Steam Therapy, Cupping Therapy, etc.
It is mainly used to resist inflammation, allergy, glomerular degeneration and fibrosis, glomerular proliferation and exudation, promote fibrinolysis, reduce platelet aggregation, increase glomerular filtration rate, improve glomerular capillary permeability, enhance renal blood flow, so as to promote the softening and absorption of part of the proliferation, and promote the gradual repair of damaged renal function.
So it can help prolong life expectancy and help patients live a better and longer life.
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