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The Prognosis Of FSGS

The Prognosis Of FSGS   Prognosis refers to the possibilities of disease progression and the ending of disease, which depends on the cause of disease. To FSGS, it is a scarred disease. Almost all FSGS patients are eager to know the prognosis of FSGS.

In general, the prognosis does not aim at a patient but all patients. And the prognosis varies from the different patients to different patients. Next, the article mainly aims at telling the prognosis of FSGS and how to improve FSGS prognosis.

Through years of clinical experience, about half of adult FSGS patients show up as without proteinuria, while others present as Nephrotic Syndrome. High blood pressure and decreased kidney function are also seen commonly. One third patients even have microscopic hematuria. Even though without urinary tract infection or respiratory infection, the clinical prognosis is different. The prognosis of patients with complete remission after treatment is relatively stable, while the patients without remission will worsen continually and most of the patients will develop into renal failure.

Now that the FSGS prognosis is not good, next, let us see how to improve the prognosis of FSGS.

1. Reasonable diet. Reasonable diet is the base of improving the FSGS prognosis. The FSGS patients need to adjust their protein intake, astrict the potassium intake, maintain low-salt intake, limit cigarette and alcohol according to their special conditions.

2. Lowering blood pressure. High blood pressure is one of the symptoms of FSGS, if uncontrolled timely, it will increase the burden of kidney and damage kidney further.

3. Proper exercise. Proper exercise can build up your body immunity, and avoid fatigue is necessary for the FSGS patients.

4. Treat immediately. Once infected, the patients need to go to hospital to treat, in order to eliminate the lesion as soon as possible.

5. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is an innovative therapy aiming at treating kidney disease. All of the medicine are from the natural herbs and used externally without side effect. Through clinical applications, it achieves good effect in improving FSGS prognosis.

Now, if you have unclear things about the prognosis of FSGS, you can consult our online doctors or contact us by leaving your message below. Best wishes!

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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