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How to Prevent Kidney Failure for Lupus Nephritis Patients

2013-11-02 11:02

How to Prevent Kidney Failure for Lupus Nephritis PatientsAlthough Lupus Nephritis isn’t a common reason for kidney failure, quite a number of Lupus Nephritis patients indeed are suffering from the decline of kidney function. If left untreated, most of them will have kidney failure finally. Therefore, it is quite necessary for them to know how to prevent kidney failure.

Lupus Nephritis occurs as a consequence of immune complexes depositing in the glomerular endothelial, epithelial, basement membrane and mesangial area. Immune complexes refers to the combination of antigens and antibodies. Over time, glomeruli are damaged gradually along with the onset of proteinuria, hematuria and swelling. As a result, Lupus Nephritis is more likely to progress into kidney failure.

In view of this, managing the complications of Lupus Nephritis, clearing immune complexes and protecting kidneys from damaging are the key of our whole treatment. According to these requirements, the following therapies are needed to prevent kidney failure.

1. Treat proteinuria or other symptoms timely

Proteinuria, hematuria, swelling, hypertension, etc, all are common symptoms of Lupus Nephritis. If left alone, some of them can damage glomerular filtration membrane, while some others can cause severe healthy problems like difficult breathing and anemia. If you have these symptoms, consult the online to ask detailed drugs and supplements.

2. Remove immune complexes

To treat Lupus Nephritis, corticosteroid and immunosuppressants are used commonly to inhibit the activity of immune complexes, but they can’t eliminate these substances from the body. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is one therapy that can dissolve these complexes and discharge them out of the body via circulatory system. Therefore, it is considered as a fundamental therapy.

3. Protect kidneys

Lupus Nephritis is an inflammation in kidneys, so regulating immune system is good to protect kidneys. Some foods that contains antioxidants or omega-3 fatty acids are helpful. Try to learn to choose correct foods to eat.

Here, if you have anything unclear about the above treatment options or foods to eat, you can leave us a message below or send email to kidneyabc@hotmail.com. We will give you the answer in 2 business days.

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