Hello, Doctor. I have IgA Nephropathy that I was diagnosed with when I was 12. I am now 37. I have a red splotchy rash that started on my feet and legs. It is now spread to my thighs, lower abdomen, and arms. It has been occurring off and on for a couple years but persistent now for about a month. I guess I have no idea. I went to a doctor about 2 years ago and they said they had no idea what the rash was and sent me home. I was diagnosed with creatinine 5.6 in June. What can I do, sir?
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IgA nephropathy is a form of glomerulonephritis (inflammation of the glomeruli of the kidney). It is the most common glomerulonephritis throughout the world. In IgA nephropathy there is a slow progression to chronic kidney failure in 25-30% of cases during a period of 20 years.
Rash is a common symptom in IgA Nephropathy. Meanwhile, itching will also appear. In this case, there are no effective treatments that can solve this problem. Dialysis can relieve it to some extent. If you are looking for other treatments to change your current situation, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is recommended to be used to rescue your impaired kidneys.
It is a typical external application of Chinese Medicine and has zero side affects to remedy the renal damages. The most important is that it aims at improving the renal internal environment and promoting the renal repair.
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