Immune Tolerance for Lupus Nephritis
Usually unhealthy life style and diet would lead to a disordered immune system which may stimulate autoimmune diseases. Lupus is one of these diseases that strike any parts of bodies. Most of them have kidney problems that may develop into renal failure. So a better treatment should be applied in the early stage to block the damage in kidneys.
Immunotherapy is one of suitable treatments for lupus nephritis. Many patients have been received immunosuppressive agents or hormone to block inflammation damage. However, most of them cannot get a good curative effect they want. The immune blocker always can control the disease in a short term, but later renal inflammation will come back when the efficacy is gone.
Immune tolerance is very important step of immunotherapy. It is a theory for lupus nephritis treatment that suggests patients to have regular examination in order to monitor the development of inflammation. They need to take immune blocker again before the onset of immunoreaction. So kidney tissues would not get hurt from renal inflammation. Long-term immune tolerance is not a good treatment for the underlying disease but only a method to protect cells and buy time for improvement of immunity.
Immune regulation after immune tolerance
After immune tolerance, regulation is a good method to improve immunity. In this step, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is used to balance the immune system and help coordinate the function of all the organs and tissues. It is an external application and Chinese herbs ingredients can be permeated into the body with the help of devices. So they will have an adjustment in the whole body. After the regulation, immune system turns to normal and release immune cell to put off renal inflammation from the root. In this way, renal cells would not be hurt and Chinese herbs can promote the damaged cells to recover.
Please check out your therapy and see if it contains a method to increase immunity. You can discuss with your doctor or our online experts in order to make a better therapeutic schedule for you.
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