How to treat IgA Nephropathy for alleviating frequent urination? Recurrent blood urine and proteinuria, some IgA Nephropathy patients complain of frequent urination at night. This makes them have to get up again and again at night so that affects their sleep quality largely. If you have any question please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR, we will reply to you as soon as possible.
How does IgA Nephropathy cause frequent urination at night?
IgA Nephropathy is one glomerular nephritis that immunoglobulin A (IgA) builds up in glomerular mesangial area. If uncontrolled effectively, IgA Nephropathy will progress into kidney failure. During this progression, frequent urination at night is one common symptom resulted from decline of renal concentration function. In one word, for IgA Nephropathy patients, their frequent urination at night is due to kidney damage.
Since the above problem is due to kidney damage, the effective treatments should be able to eliminate immune complexes and repair damaged kidney cells. From this point, we recommend the following treatments.
1. Keep kidney condition from worsening: Hematuria, proteinuria and high blood pressure are common complications of IgA Nephropathy. On the downside, these complications can cause further kidney damage. Therefore, correct medicines to deal with these problems timely are very necessary.
2. Remove immune complexes: Some Chinese medicines have powerful immune activity that can dissolve immune complexes and discharge them out of the body via circulatory system. Once IgA and other immune complexes are eliminated from the kidneys, kidney damage will be stopped.
3. CIK cells: These stem cells are proven to be effective on differentiating into damaged cells. In specific and clean internal environment, these cells can differentiate into kidney cells, so as to rebuild kidney structure and improve kidney function.
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