Why Iga Nephropathy Patients Have Low Hemoglobin and How to Treat

IgA Nephropathy takes place when immunoglobulin A deposits in the kidneys and causes inflammation. These types of kidney disease causes many symptoms, just like elevated blood pressure, blood urine, edema et cetera. Does IgA Nephropathy cause low hemoglobin?

Hemoglobin is often a protein in the red blood cells that carries oxygen. When hemoglobin level declines, it brings about anemia. With anemia, you may feel tired, dizzy, less than breath, etc. For IgA Nephropathy patients, anemia is very common. Since the impaired kidneys can not secrete enough erythropoietin, which energizes the bone marrows to generate red blood cells. Besides, the accumulated wastes and toxins also impact the lifespan of red blood cells. With the decrease of red blood cells, hemoglobin level lowers.

The traditional therapy of low hemoglobin consider iron supplements and EPO. You can even eat some food that prime in iron, for example tofu, bean and dark leafy greens, but avoid a lot of. Though they could improve anemia, they are unable to treat your IgA Nephropathy.

Hot Compress Remedies are an intensive treatment based upon Traditional Chinese Medicine. On this therapy, enema therapy, medicated bath and moxibustion is known to cleanse your kidney and supply a clean environment for your kidney self-healing. And then your damaged kidneys may be penetrated some powered Chinese medicine, containing the goal of anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix and dilating bloodstream. Through this therapy, your kidney function improves after which it anemia remits, subsequently, hemoglobin level increases. IgA is also a kind of auto-immune disease. Enjoying these Chinese medicine therapies in treatment helps improve your immunity process to make your system harmonious.


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