Learn how too much of the protein immunoglobulin A (IgA) can damage your kidneys.
The first sign of this autoimmune disease is often blood in the urine. Here’s how it starts in your kidneys.
Do you know what to expect when living with IgA nephropathy? Test your smarts with this quiz.
Predicting whether your IgA nephropathy is likely to get worse and how best to treat it can be hard. Find out what factors play a role and how they affect your treatment and outlook.
What you eat can worsen or improve your symptoms. Here’s what you need to know.
Some people keep good kidney function. Others have kidney failure and need dialysis or a kidney transplant. Here’s what you need to know.
Aside from chronic kidney failure and end-stage renal disease, IgA can cause other challenges. Learn more about kidney transplant issues, heart risks, and more.
IgA nephropathy can raise your chances of depression, anxiety, and stress. Here are some steps you can take to manage your mental and kidney health.
Learn how to take steps to stay connected to your community when dealing with this disease.
Could it be the next option for your IgA nephropathy? Learn what they are and how to find one.