Purpura Nephritis is related to immune disorder, and it occurs when immune complexes build up in kidneys and induce inflammatory reactions. This kidney disease can cause a lot of clinical manifestations, among which increased urination at night is common. Why does Lupus Nephritis cause this symptom?
Purpura Nephritis, also called HSPN, is one result of purpura that causes immune complexes combining antigens and antibodies to accumulate in kidneys. These immune complexes induce inflammatory reactions to damage inherent kidney functioning tissues. As time goes on, inherent kidney cells especially glomeruli are damaged more and more severely.
When kidneys are damaged by Purpura Nephritis, they are unable to do their work like removing extra fluid efficiently. Then, they have to continue to filter blood at night. This is one reason of increased urination at night for these patients. Additionally, long-term kidney disease may cause renal tubular acidosis, another reason of this problem.
After finding out the underlying cause, patients should take some therapies to manage this problem. No matter the location and degree of patients’ kidney damage, the deposition of immune complexes in kidneys are the root cause. Only if these pathogenic factors are eliminated from the body, can patients’ Purpura Nephritis be controlled radically. With the normal function of kidneys, patients will urinate normally.
To achieve this goal, we would like to recommend “Clear Blood Pollution Therapy”. It is one combination of blood purification methods and Chinese medicines. On one hand, it can remove immune complexes as well as other waste products and toxins from the body thoroughly. On the other hand, it focuses on repairing damaged kidney cells and protecting the remaining kidney functioning cells. Generally, after about one or two months, patients can find their kidney disease is managed very well.