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Flank Pain and Loss of Appetite with IgA Nephropathy

Posted: by Dr.Zhao      Time: 2014-12-28 08:21

Topics: IgA Nephropathy IgA Nephropathy Symptoms

Details: My son has IgA Nephropathy with flank pain, loss of appetite and nausea. Now, his kidney function declines from 69 to 35. How to alleviate his discomforts?

Expert Answer

IgA Nephropathy is attributed to immune disorder that can cause kidney function to decline slowly with various problems and symptoms. Flank pain is just one common sign of IgA Nephropathy, while loss of appetite and nausea are due to low kidney function.

Kidney function 35% indicates stage 3 chronic kidney disease. Since more than 50% of kidney function has been lost, a lot of waste products and toxins will build up in the blood. Besides, kidneys are unable to produce enough EPO, renal anemia occurs easily.

When waste chemicals and toxins stimulate the gastrointestinal tract, loss of appetite and nausea will happen. Based on the causes, we would like to recommend one therapy that can help regulate blood circulation and improve kidney condition. Once extra waste products are eliminated, patients' flank pain and loss of appetite can be eased a lot.

Clear Blood Pollution Therapy just can help achieve these goals. To learn how this therapy works and its process, cost and therapeutic effects, you can email to or consult the doctor online directly.

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