Stage 4 Kidney Disease from IgAN: How to Avoid DialysisThis article was provided by doctor zhengfalei 2014-07-15 06:54
Q: Thank you Dears for posting this site. I am suffering from Stage 4 Kidney Disease from IgA Nephropathy (IgAN). Can you advise how to avoid dialysis? Thanks in advance.
A: Hi, Sir/Madam, we have got your inquiry and sorry to hear that you are suffering from Stage 4 Kidney Disease from IgAN. Though your current condition is severe, you can definitely avoid dialysis by taking early and effective treatment. Please do not worry.
Before providing you with suggestions on the best treatment for your disease, we firstly would like to know your detailed illness information. You are requested to Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your test reports or more illness information. Our kidney experts will analyze it and reply you soon within 24 hours.
How can you avoid dialysis with Stage 4 Kidney Disease from IgAN?
To achieve this purpose, the most important thing is to take systematic treatment to prevent further decline of renal function and repair the damaged kidneys. In this way, the disorder will not deteriorate in the future.
In modern medical science, the latest treatment for IgA kidney disease is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is a characteristic remedy of Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Based on a precise diagnosis of each patient’s disease condition, Micro-Chinese Medicine can function to expand the blood vessels, anti-inflammation, prevent coagulation, repair the impaired renal intrinsic cells, and recover the overall kidney function. In this way, stage 4 renal disease will not progress in the future.
Hope the above information can be helpful for your reference. In case you still have anything unclear or would like to learn more details, please leave a message in the section below. We will try our best to share useful advice!
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