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abrunslori (@abrunslori)

Immunotactoid glomerulonephritis

Autoimmune Diseases | Last Active: Aug 17, 2019 | Replies (11)

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@gingerw

@abrunslori You're on the right track! As a patient, there is a lot we can do to slow the progression of this type kidney issue. Be gentle to yourself, and please continue to post as you see fit. When I medically retired in late 2015, my GFR was 39. My last set of labs in June 2019 show GFR at 33, a lot due to the reduction of stress in my life, and watching my diet closely.
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Ginger that is so awesome!! Good for you and hopefully will continue on the same slow healthy path. It took me awhile but after a lot of self-education and trial and error I agree with the low-stress very mindful and meditative lifestyle. Good luck to you if I find anything that seems to be helping more I'll be sure to keep you in the loop

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