Iga nephropathy: Kidney disease- condition prevents the kidneys from filtering waste
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I have had iga nephropathy for 4 years and recently had a decrease in GFR fro a stable 35 for 2 years to 12 after taking levofloxacin for 4 days. It has only returned to 20 after 2 months. Has anyone else had this experience and doped it improve anymore with time? Thank you.
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My name is Gerrit. I am 53 years old and diagnosed with igA nepropathy. The disease was there for a while when it 'erupted' in 2013. With the help of high doses of medicine and a strict diet the performance levels of my kidneys was brought back from 11% to 31%. It is now app. 25% but it is gradually declining. Questions is how fast that will go. I'm looking for information about the disease wherever I can get it.
I have IGA Nephropathy and I am currently on Suboxone for opiate addiction. I have no choice but to take the Suboxone but sometimes my ankles swell, thumping in my ears and slight shortness of breath. Anyone else in my situation?
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