Because the formation of allergic purpura is a virus, bacteria and parasites and other related reactions caused by infection, so many patients are worried about whether purpura nephritis is contagious, following up with us understand whether purpura nephritis contagious?
Henoch Schonlein purpura nephritis is the secondary lesion of Henoch Schonlein purpura, which is caused by purpura. More men than women. More than one month after the onset of skin purpura.
Henoch Schonlein purpura nephritis mainly manifested as skin purpura, confined to the extremities, especially the lower limbs and buttocks, ranging in size at the beginning of a deep red color, can be gradually confluent ecchymosis, within a few days to brown, light yellow, gradually subsided within 1-2 weeks.
In addition to skin purpura, abdominal pain is also more common, often paroxysmal colic, many with the navel, lower abdomen or whole stomach. Renal injury occurred in purpura appeared after a week, showed proteinuria, hematuria, few can be turned into nephritis or nephrotic syndrome.
Occurrence of allergic purpura associated with respiratory tract infection or other viral infections, some food or drug allergy can cause allergic purpura, it is related to personal physical fitness, not an infectious disease, so don't worry.