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FSGS: If Kidney Function Is Less Than 10%, How Long Can You Live

FSGS: If Kidney Function Is Less Than 10%, How Long Can You LiveFor those FSGS patients with less than 10% kidney function, the answer of if kidney function is less than 10%, how long can you live cared by more and more patients.

Honestly speaking, there is no a certain answer which can be affected by various factors, like age, gender, diet, lifestyle and above all, treatment. Generally speaking, patients can live a normal life with less than 10% kidney function in the early stage of FSGS if there don’t have some serious symptoms and complications. However, on the contrary, if your disease left uncontrolled, it is a pity that you will go to die in the near future. In view of this, it is obvious that to live longer, the most important thing is to find an effective therapy for FSGS.

Here, we want to tell you Chinese herbal medicines have brought a promising future. After years of researches and studies, a set of stereoscopic therapy of TCM has been formed successfully. It is cycle therapy, hot compress therapy, foot bath therapy, full bath therapy, enema therapy, Oral Chinese Medicine Therapy and moxibustion therapy. Each therapy has its striking feature and if combined together, the effect will be quite perfect.

Well then, let use Hot Compress Therapy as a example. This therapy is based on Chinese Herbal Medicines but used externally which is particularly attractive, especially for those foreign patients. Patients only need to lie in bed and put two bags filled with micronized medicines under the lower back. Then with the help of osmosis instrument and their own blood circulation, the active materials will directly get into the damaged kidney. Finally, through expanding blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, promoting DNA self-replication, providing nutritions to damaged kidney, etc, thus to achieve the goal to repair damaged kidney and improve kidney function from the root. As long as this goal can be achieved successfully, FSGS patients will no longer worry if kidney function is less than 10%, how long can you live.

Finally, we want to tell you never give up and keep in mind that we are fighting against FSGS together with you all the time.

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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