Featured StoryAsk a Doctor

Live chat with nephrologists for a free second opinion on your specific illness condition!Ask Dr.Shan

Lower High Creatinine

High creatinine level indicates serious kidney problem, well, how to lower creatinine level in blood naturally?Read More

Advanced Medical Inspection Equipments

The accurate diagnosis can be a powerful guarantee for the kidney disease treatment While the accurate dialysis needs the support from the advanced medical inspection equipments which achieve world-class level. More Equipment

Patients Blog

It is such a place where you can share your experience, see the international news about kidney disease and find the answers to the questions bothering.

Hospital InformationKidney disease hospital in China

Since 1986, Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital of China has been dedicated to providing the highest quality care to Kidney Disease patients all over the world.Learn more about Chinese hospitals.

Printer-friendly:

Check your Kidneys

Questions?
Find a doctor

Explore treatments

Related Topic About Kidney Disease
Special Tests for Your Kidneys
Ask a Doctor

Consult or get to know Dr.Shan of the Internal Medicine / nephrology department for free >>

Most Popular Articles
Latest News
Main > Kidney Disease > IGA Nephropathy > IgA Nephropathy Diet >
Font Size A A A

How Many mg Phosphorus is Acceptable for IgA Nephropathy Patient

2014-01-30 00:48

IgA Nephropathy Phosphorus is a mineral which helps keep one's bones strong and healthy. For people with IgA Nephropathy, their kidney function may decline, causing the rise of blood phosphate level. In this case, problems such as itchy skin, painful joints, etc will occur. To avoid these discomforts, how many mg phosphorus is acceptable for IgAN patients?

In case of IgA Nephropathy, the recommended amount of phosphorus intake varies according to patient's stage of kidney disease. You can see it as below:

Stage 1-4 CKD (GFR of 25 to 90+): up to 1,000mg per day (up to 1200mg per day for those that exceed 90 kilos (200+ pounds));

Stage 4 kidney disease: up to 750mg d day (up to 1,000 a day for those that exceed 90 kilos (200+pounds));

Stage 4-5 CKD (GFR of 5-15): up to 7mg per kg of body weight.

Please notice that the above figures are just general rule and your specific needs depending on your current condition and blood work. You can consult your kidney doctor for an exact answer or Email us at kidney-support@hotmail.com to get free and professional advice from our nephrologists.

A normal phosphorus level is 2.5-4.5mg/dL. IgA Nephropathy patients are urged to limit or avoid foods that are high in this mineral. This will help keep the level in a healthy range. Foods that need to be restricted or avoided may include:

Beverages: beer, chocolate drinks, cocoa, dark colas, ale.

Dairy products: ice cream, pudding, milk, custard, cheese, pudding, yogurt.

Vegetables: lentils, soy beans, limas, black beans, baked beans, chick peas, etc.

If you would like to learn more about managing your kidney disease, please leave a message in the below. Glad to share help!

What you also want to know:
How can I get this treatment ?
How can I get this treatment in my counties ?
How much is this treatment ?
What is the duration if I receive this treatment in your hospital ?
How can I go to your hospital ?

Tag: IgA Nephropathy natural treatment IgA Nephropathy Diet IgA Nephropathy and phosphorus

Pre: Can I Eat Foods High in Protein If I Have IgA Nephropathy

Next: How to Manage IgA Nephropathy Diet

Any questions? Fill the form below. You will surely get the free medical advice from experts within 24 hours.

Name:
Country:
Email:
Phone Number:
Skype:
Whatsapp:
Viber:
Disease Description:
 
Related Articles