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Can FSGS Come Back in A Transplanted Kidney

Can FSGS Come Back in A Transplanted KidneyFocal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is one of the causes of kidney failure. Kidney transplant is one of the most effective treatment for kidney failure patients to improve kidney function and life quality. Can FSGS come back in a transplanted kidney? Many FSGS patients can not help having such a concern when they decide to do a kidney transplant.

Some researches show that patients with ESRD caused by idiopathic FSGS have a recurrence rate as high as 30% after the first transplantation and the recurrence rate after the second transplantation is as high as 100%. Some patients may even have severe proteinuria several hours or days later after transplantation. Therefore, FSGS may come back in a transplanted kidney. The reason why FSGS recurs is associated with the recycling factors in body.

How to prevent FSGS from coming back in a transplanted kidney?

Plasma exchange can help you reduce the recycling factors in the bloodstream so as to reduce recurrence rate. Besides, you can also use immune absorption, rituximab, calcineutin inhibitor, cyclosprin A and some other medications to get FSGS in remission.

Since FSGS has such a high recurrence rate, why not try some alternative treatment to improve your kidney function so as to avoid kidney transplant?

There are also some other natural therapies for you to set up a good blood environment to repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Mai Kang Composition and Medical Soup. They can draw out toxins from your body. They can also dilate blood vessels and speed up blood circulation to remove stasis and lower blood pressure. Besides, they can lower blood pressure and reduce cholesterol level. And they can decompose the deposited immune complexes in the kidneys to eliminate kidney inflammation. After a period of treatment, you can regain some kidney function.

Can FSGS come back in a transplanted kidney? Maybe it can. Therefore, you should consider carefully before kidney transplantation. For more information, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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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