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I have Lupus Nephritis, and I go between stage 2 and 3. Recently, I’m getting the body itching again. And last week labs showed creatinine level is 2.9. How to deal with the condition?
Lupus Nephritis is an autoimmune disease. Because of immunodeficiency, SLE patients produce various autoantibodies like antinuclear antibodies, anti-histone antibody and so on. Antigen invade patient's body and combine with these antibodies, as a result of which, large amounts of immune complexes are formed in blood. These immune complexes may deposit in different organs of our body and once they deposit in renal glomeruli, a part of kidney, Lupus Nephritis occurs. Once lupus nephritis occurs, patients will suffer from numerous symptoms due to kidney damage, including skin itching and high creatinine level. In order to relieve the symptoms, what we should do is to repair kidney damage and prevent inflammation.
Immunotherapy is recommended to you. It focus on removing the immune complexes, regulating immune system and repairing kidney damage. Skin itching and high creatinine level can be caused by metabolic disorders. The treatment has six steps, including immune diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blockage, immune tolerance, immune regulation and immune protection. Each step has different functions but the common goals are focus on repairing kidney damage. As long as kidney function can be well improved, related symptoms can be relieved from the root.
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