Blood in urine (Hematuria) is one of common symptoms of IgA Nephropathy. But most patients do not find an proper therapy to treat it radically. How do patients treat IgA Nephropathy with blood in urine?
First, you need to clear why blood in urine appears in IgA Nephropathy.
IgA Nephropathy is a glomerular inflammation caused by accumulation of immunoglobulin A. These accumulated immunoglobulin A will block blood vessels to slow down blood flow to kidneys, so that the kidneys are damaged due to shortage of blood volume and oxygen.
Glomeruli are also damaged to fail to maintain red blood cells normally, some red blood cells leak out in urine, forming blood in urine. It can be gross or microscopic.
How do patients treat IgA Nephropathy with blood in urine?
In order to reduce the relapse of blood in urine, patients should improve their immunity by diet and exercise since about 60% patients have hematuria after having a cold.
Some western medicines like glucocorticoids or immunosuppressants can control symptoms of IgA Nephropathy temporarily. However, they cannot solve the underlying problem of kidney disease. They fail to repair kidney damage nor improve renal function.
Here we recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to help patients repair kidney lesions and improve renal function. It can expand blood vessels, improve blood circulation, prevent inflammation and coagulation, and degrade extracellular matrix. In this way, it can provide more blood, oxygen, and nutrients to the body and kidneys so as to repair damaged glomeruli and control blood leakage in urine from the root cause.
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