Mesangial Proliferative Glomerular Nephritis (MPGN) is one of the common type of glomerulonephritis. This disease can be caused by genetic disorder or secondarily. Is numbness a symptom of this disease? If so, why does that happen? What should I do to relieve that discomfort.
Why does numbness occur?
Numbness is a nerve problem cause by ischemia and anoxia in the body. People with Mesangial Proliferative Glomerular Nephritis have their kidneys damaged, so not enough blood and oxygen can be transported by the kidneys. As result, patients feel numbness.
Besides, due to the loss of kidney function, many wastes and toxins accumulate in the body, causing damages on nerves. This is the other reason why people with Mesangial Proliferative Glomerular Nephritis have numbness.
What should I do to get rid of numbness?
To improve this situation, you should take measures to enhance your kidney disease by treating inflammations on kidneys. This kind of kidney disease is characterized by a deposition of immune complex on the mesangial area, leading to cellular proliferation. Those substances will disorder your body’s normal immune system and cause many symptoms.
So, to get rid of numbness is to eliminate the deposition of immune complexes.
Immunotherapy and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy are a good combination for treating Mesangial Proliferative Glomerular Nephritis. On one hand, Immunotherapy can help you restore the normal immune system so that they can fight against infections properly.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy aims at treating various kidney disease by improving kidney function. Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it can expand blood vessels, fight against inflammation and coagulation, and degrading extracellular matrix. All these steps are to enhance the kidney ability to filter wastes and toxins effectively. Therefore, symptoms like numbness will be eliminated.
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