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Some Measures To Avoid the Aggravation Of IgA Nephropathy

2018-08-20 10:07

Many patients with IgA nephropathy have special doubts about their condition, because IgA nephropathy sounds very serious, and many people always feel that their diseases are not well treated. In fact, IgA nephropathy is not refractory as long as treatment is maintained. However, while keep on the consistent treating IgA nephropathy, attention should also be paid to avoiding the aggravation of IgA nephropathy.

Iga nephropathy is caused by the large quantity immune complex deposit in kidney and cause the inflammation of kidney,once aggravated or repeated, will cause further damage to the kidney. How to avoid the aggravation of IgA nephropathy? Therefore, it is generally suggested that IgA nephropathy patients should follow the following principles to avoid the further development of IgA nephropathy, which will be more beneficial to the recovery of the disease.

The details are as follows should be paid seriously to avoid the aggravation of disease:

1. Avoid drugs that damage the kidney. Try not to use gentamicin and other aminoglycoside drugs and tetracycline, phenacetin, paracetamol and other drugs. When seeing a doctor, remind the doctor that you have IgA nephropathy.

2. Prevent colds. The symptoms of IgA nephropathy hematuria can be aggravated after a cold and fever.

3. Limit alcohol and reduce lust to preserve kidney essence. It has positive significance in preventing recurrence of kidney disease.

4. Work and rest moderately. According to the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, IgA nephropathy is caused by deficiency of zang-fu organs caused by congenital deficiency or overwork, and deficiency of yin and yang of qi and blood. The nature is deficiency of zang-fu organs. Especially kidney essence and yin deficiency, and overwork can consume qi and hurt body fluid, making the illness worse. Therefore, we must work and rest moderately and don’t be overwork ( including physical and mental work ) so as to prevent aggravation of the disease.

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