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Sometimes, patients with IgA Nephropathy complain that gout is very easily to attack them, which not only affect the normal life, but also make them more weakness. However, is there any relationship between IgA nephropathy and gout? And how to deal with the condition?
The causes of gout in IgA Nephropathy
IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disorder caused by IgA depositing in the kidneys and it can cause many problems in patients. In the early stage of IgA nephroapthy, there is only imflammation. But along with the progression of illness condition, inflammation will may cause kidney function decline. It is well known that our kidneys are important organs which are packed with numerous functions. One of important functions is to discharge wastes and toxins from the body. When renal function decreases, those toxins and wastes will build up in the body, just like uric acid.
Uric acid is the metabolic product of body cells and it can also be gotten from the foods which contain a large amount of purine. However, kidney function declines, the damaged kidneys can not discharge extra uric acid from the body. Then, high levels of uric acid will build up in the body, it is east for them to combine with each other to form crystal and deposit in the joints. In order to remove those wastes, your body will launch inflammation response, then gout will occur.
Well then, how to deal with the condition?
Immunotherapy is a good choice for an autoimmune disorder. Actually the treatment is our characterized treatment. It is a comprehensive treatment which include six steps: immune diagnosis, immune clearance, immune tolerance, immune blockage, immune regulation, and immune protection. Each step has its own functions and it can remove wastes and toxins and repair kidney damage as well as improve kidney function step by step. Only kidney function is improved, can kidney work normally and high uric acid level will decrease. If you are interested in therapy, you can submit your illness condition in the form below or ask our online doctors directly. And we are glad to help you.