Why Does Purpura Nephritis Relapse Frequently
Some patients with Purpura Nephritis often complain that the disease often relapses frequently and I really have no idea to deal with it. Many patients with Purpura Nephritis must face this problem. In order to know why Purpura Nephritis frequently, it is necessary to explain its causes.
Purpura Nephritis is the secondary kidney injury caused by allergic purpura. It is an autoimmune disease. When the external substances such as foods ( eggs, milk, crab, shrimp and so on), medicines (penicillin, aureomycin, streptomycin and so on) and insect bite, pollen and so on as antigens invade into body and causing inflammatory reaction. The inflammatory reaction can cause skin purpura, abdominal pain, joint pain and kidney injury. As these damages are caused by allergens, they are very likely to reoccur when they touch the allergen again. Moreover, every recurrence of purpura can aggravate kidney injury further. Therefore, the patients should look for the allergen and avoid touching those allergens again. If they can prevent kidney damage and do their best to avoid the inducements of kidney damage, it will be likely for them to avid the recurrence of Purpura Nephritis. Besides active preventive measures, the patients with Purpura Nephritis should receive timely treatments so as to prevent it from developing into Renal Failure.
In the western medicines, the patients with Purpura Nephritis mainly depend on immunosuppressant and adrenocortical hormone to treat the disease. It can not be denied that those medicines have some effective function in alleviating symptoms. However, the disease often relapses easily and frequently. In order to get a better therapeutic effect, the patients with Purpura Nephritis should treat the disease from its root cause.
Therefore, they should remove the immune complex firstly and then repair the damaged renal structures so as to improve their kidney functions. In addition, as the patients with Purpura Nephritis have immune deficiency, they should improve their autoimmune. If so, they will be able to decline its recurrence and kidney damage greatly.
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