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How to Treat IgA Nephropathy with Intractable Proteinuria


2017-06-02 16:17

How to Treat IgA Nephropathy with Intractable Proteinuria,Toxin-Removing TreatmentProteinuria is the common symptom of Chronic Kidney Disease, like IgA Nephropathy. Meanwhile, if left untreated, it will damage kidney tissues and even relapse again and again, forming intractable proteinuria.

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How to treat IgA Nephropathy with intractable proteinuria?

Common western medicines such as steroid and immunosuppressive agents fail to treat the proteinuria from the root, which just control the symptom but not repair the damaged glomeruli and treat the immune disorder.

To be honest, Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital China has focused on studying kidney disease for many years, especially for the intractable proteinuria and refractory edema. Through 30 years of clinical experience, dozens of experts have created a series of characteristic treatments based on Traditional Chinese Medicines, collectively called Toxin-Removing Treatment.

The reason of intractable proteinuria is these inflammatory factors are not caused by foreign bacteria or viruses but the body’s own toxins. Therefore, cleansing the toxins and wastes accumulated in the blood is necessary and primary measure. Only in a clean blood environment can these medicines play the biggest effects to repair kidney damage and improve renal function. In this way, the immune disorder can be regulated and IgA Nephropathy will be treated effectively. Intractable proteinuria also can be controlled from the root without relapse.

This Toxin-Removing Treatment is a systemic therapy that includes Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath Therapy, Acupuncture Therapy, and Moxibustion Therapy and so on. We choose the specific treatments on the basis of patient’s illness condition.

If you want to try Toxin-Removing Treatment for intractable proteinuria or edema in IgA Nephropathy, you can leave your present illness condition and phone number in the below form or to mail box kidneyabc@hotmail.com. We will reply you as soon as possible.

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