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Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis, can be reversed at the early stage. We offer the overview of FSGS basics, treatment, Symptoms ﹠ Complication and Healthy Livings.

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Is FSGS Recoverable

Is FSGS RecoverableIs FSGS recoverable? Many patients can not help asking such a question. Go on reading, you may find the answer you want.

General introduction to FSGS

FSGS means some of your glomeruli are scarred. Generally speaking, the scarred tissue can not be treated. But if you can stop the kidneys from scarring as early as possible, you can preserve most your kidney function and then live a normal life. On the contrary, without prompt and efficient treatment, all of kidney tissues may be scarred and at last you may have to make use of dialysis to prolong your life.

How to preserve your kidney function for FSGS patients?

Glomeruli are the filters responsible for removing waste and excess fluid out of the body, while retaining protein, red blood cells and some other useful substance in the body. When they are damaged, the waste will build up in the blood. The polluted blood may further damage your kidneys. Therefore, treating kidney disease should start from cleansing blood. There are many particular therapies in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital. Let’s have a quick look at a systemic treatment for FSGS.

-Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is to penetrate micronized herbs into the damaged kidneys by osmosis devices.

-Foot Bath is to immerse your feet into the warm medicated soups.

-Mai Kang is oral Chinese medicine.

-Medicated soup is made from Chinese herbs.

If your kidneys are severely damaged, biotherapy is needed to rebuild the kidney structure.

Systemic treatment can dilate blood vessels, speed up blood circulation, remove stasis, cleansing waste and immune complexes from the blood, etc. All in all, they can set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. After a period of treatment, your kidney function can be enhanced.

FSGS can not be cured, but you can still enjoy your life with our treatment. Sometimes your doctor may not have enough time and patient to introduce your disease in detail, resulting in the lack of knowledge regarding your own medical condition. If you have any question about kidney disease, please feel free to contact our online doctor. We are glad to help you.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.

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