Brown black urine indicates blood urine. Generally, the onset of IgA Nephropathy is accompanied by recurrent hematuria or blood urine, which is one factor to affect the prognosis of IgA Nephropathy.
Why do IgA Nephropathy patients have brown black urine?
IgA Nephropathy causes glomerular mesangial cells to be damaged, so kidneys fail to keep red blood cells in the body. If the amount of blood in the urine is more than 1ml, patients can find the color change of their urine easily. As the amount of blood increases, patients’ urine color will become deeper and deeper. This reminds patients to take action to manage their kidney problem promptly.
How to manage brown black urine for these patients?
According to the underlying cause, patients should take some therapies to improve their kidney condition, treat IgA Nephropathy and ease patients’ blood urine effectively.
First of all, patients are suggested to take small dosage of steroids and immunosuppressants. These medicines can help inhibit inflammatory reactions within kidneys and ease IgA Nephropathy patients’ symptoms. Then, the remaining kidney functioning tissues can be managed very well. However, these medicines are unable to repair impaired kidney cells and treat IgA Nephropathy from the root. Besides, if patients use these medicines for long time, they may have some side effects easily.
To reduce the side effects and strengthen the therapeutic effects of these medicines, they are suggested to take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Immunotherapy. Both of these two therapies can help nourish damaged kidney cells and improve the self-curative ability of these cells. Once kidneys can do their work normally, blood urine will be managed very well. Then, brown black urine will appear.
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