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Is FSGS Hard to Treat

Is FSGS Hard to TreatFSGS stands for focal segmental glomerulosclerosis. It is a common cause of Nephrotic Syndrome. Is FSGS hard to treat? After reading this article, you will find out the answer.

FSGS is not an easy disease to treat.

-Conventional treatment for Nephrotic Syndrome is usually to use steroids, but FSGS patients are usually steroid-resistant. That is to say, steroids are not helpful for FSGS patients to reduce proteinuria. Massive protein leakage may speed up glomerulosclerosis.

-Even you bring FSGS under control with the combination of steroids and immunosuppressants, the disease gets relapse frequently. Frequent relapse can also increase your chance of renal failure.

Alternative treatment for FSGS patients to control the disorder well

In our hospital, we often use Toxin-Removing Treatment. It can not only treat the disease well, but also counteract the side effects of those western medicine. It is actually a systemic treatment, which is made up of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Plasma Exchange, Ozone Therapy, Cytokine Infusion Therapy, Negative Oxygen Ion Infusion, Nutrients and Vitamins Supplement, Good Habit, etc. Such a treatment can help eliminate immune complexes and other metabolic wastes from body via sweat, urine and bowel movement so as to make internal environment good for kidney self-healing and other medication application. It can also clear up stasis and dilate blood vessels to ensure blood flow fluent, and then essential elements such as oxygen, nutrients, vitamins and active ingredients of medicine can be transported into nius to speed up kidney recovery. Moreover, it can regulate the abnormal immune system and relieve renal inflammation to prevent the disease from getting worse.

-After about one week’s treatment, swelling will vanish.

-After about half month’s treatment, proteinuria will reduce or even turn negative.

-After about one month’s treatment, FSGS will be under control, and renal function will get improved.

However, you have to keep on treatment for a period of time to reinforce the effect so as to reduce its relapse.

Is FSGS hard to treat? Yes, it is, but it does not mean there is no treatment to control the disease well. If you can come to Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, our renal experts will help you make such a systemic treatment to stabilize the disease. For more information on our hospital and our treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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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