If no prompt treatment is carried out, IgA Nephritis (Berger's disease) will lead to chronic kidney disease, after time-years or even decades-the kidneys will slowly stop working. By then, dialysis is needed. Half of the people who do get IgA Nephritis may progress to end stage renal disease. Is there a cure for the disease without dialysis?
Firstly, we need to have a general knowledge of IgA Nephritis pathogenesis so
that we can find a cure through eliminating the root cause. How do patients get
IgA is an autoimmune disease in which a person's own immune system damages
their own body. This disease is named for the deposits of IgA that stuck in the
IgA is an immunoglobulin- a normal component of a healthy immune system. In
normal cases, they attach themselves to infection in the body, triggering the
immune response. In this way, the infection can be eliminated.
In IgA Nephritis, a defective form of IgA gets bound to another IgA molecule
other then an infection, forming an immune complex. The immune complex can
become lodged in the kidney and activates the immune system. The activation of
immune system may lead to swelling and kidney impairment. This disease often
How to cure IgA Nephritis without dialysis?
Dialysis acts as a replacement for the kidneys by filtering the toxic wastes
from the blood through a dialysis machine. It do nothing to repair the damaged
kidneys, so patients' kidneys will not get better.
Patients should receive a standard treatment in order to cure the disease.
The therapy should help patients to clear up the immune complex deposition,
block further renal injury, repair the impaired kidney function, rebuild the
kidney structure, and regulate the overall immune system. Have you find such an
In China, the latest Immunotherapy in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital is
just such a kind systemic therapeutic method.