Berger's disease is generally believed to be an autoimmune disorder that results in kidney damage and may lead to kidney failure. An autoimmune disorder is a condition in which the person produces antibodies to his or her own tissues.
What are the symptoms of IgA Nephropathy?
These are variable from case to case. In many cases there are no symptoms, but the damage to the glomeruli causes some blood to appear in the urine. This blood is often invisible, and only detected on routine medical check-ups. In other cases the blood may be visible, coming in attacks every so often. Sometimes an influenza type illness may spark off an attack of blood in the urine, which then clears after a few days.
Normally this condition is quite painless. However, in some patients who have acute attacks after the ’flu, there may be some pain over the kidneys and a feeling of sickness for a couple of days.
The good news is that, in China, a systematic treatment has been developed to treat recurrent IgA Nephropathy after kidney transplant from the root cause. It is known as Immunotherapy. With this therapy, the transplanted kidney can be protected from being further damaged and renal function will get improved.
Immunotherapy is developed by Chinese renowned kidney experts after more than 20 years' clinical practices. So far, it is the best treatment for autoimmune kidney diseases including IgAN. In case of recurrent IgA Nephropathy after transplant, Immunotherapy can function to rectify patient's immune dysfunction, eliminate the symptoms such as protein and blood in the urine, prevent damage to the transplanted kidney and maximally improve the kidney function. In this way, a second transplantation can be avoided and patients can live a good long life.
If you are still looking for treatment of IgA Nephropathy coming back after kidney transplant, Immunotherapy would be your best choice for a recovery.