After Henoch-Schönlein purpura, kidney disease may happen to destroy kidney tissues. However, this kidney damage is very convert for people cannot realize its exist. Over time, your kidney gradually damaged and would go to kidney failure. So how to prevent kidney damage is the most important thing to do for patients with Henoch-Schönlein purpura.
Why does Henoch-Schönlein purpura (HSP) lead to kidney damage?
The common symptoms of HSP are bleeding under the skin, joints, intestinal
tract, which leads to purpura rashes, swelling joints and bloody stool or
indigitation. All of these are caused by the inflammation in blood vessels. So
you can know that HSP is a type of vasculitis (blood vessels inflammation).
This disease can be treated in most hospitals by using regular therapies.
However, it does not stop in this step for some people. Many immune complexes
are formed during the inflammation and then they would stick with kidney tissues
through the blood stream. If the immune system is normal, immune cells would
swallow and discharge them. However, in patients with HSP, their immune system
is disordered and they would hurt the kidney tissues.
How to prevent kidney damage from Henoch-Schönlein purpura?
First of all, you have to keep far away from the allergen. In diet, living
environment or drugs, you should pay more attention. For example, in spring or
summer, respirator can help you to escape the suffering from pollen filling the
whole sky. Keep warm in winter for cold feeling is also a type of allergen. In
your meal, you had better to avoid sea foods, eggs, milk and beans etc. you can
know more details about allergen through consulting our experts online.
What is more, Chinese herbs are suggested to you to prevent the kidney damage
from Henoch-Schönlein purpura. Chinese herbs can regulate patients’ immune
system to normal. In our hospital, micro-Chinese medicine Osmotherapy is an
effective and external method for patients. You can receive the treatment
through a physiotherapy which is like a massage.
You must like this new method to treat Henoch-Schönlein purpura and prevent