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Can FSGS Go into Remission

Can FSGS Go into RemissionFocal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is a relatively common form of kidney disease. It has been believed to have a poor prognosis. That is why many patients worry about their prognosis. Can FSGS go into remission? After reading this article, you will get the answer.

If not treated, most patients with FSGS will eventually develop complete renal failure and require dialysis or a kidney transplant to survive. Even with treatment, many patients will still eventually require dialysis, while some patients can get in remission.

Conventional treatment for FSGS is to use western medicine to control symptoms. For example, ACEI and ARBs are used to lower blood pressure and reduce proteinuria. Steroids and other immunosuppressants are also often used to suppress the immune system and block kidney inflammation. With those drugs, body malaise and symptoms will disappear gradually. Some patients may mistake this for remission. This is partly true. FSGS is a very severe kidney disease. As long as the glomeruli become scarred, no treatment can revive them. That is why we often say that FSGS can not be cured. But we can use some therapies to protect the kidneys and stop glomeruli from sclerosis.

In China, we use Traditional Chinese Medicine into FSGS treatment widely. Some TCM therapies such as circle therapy and enema therapy can draw out toxins from your body to reduce their damage to your kidneys. Some therapies such as medicated foot bath and medicated full bath can improve blood circulation. Some therapies such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can decompose the immune complexes in the kidneys to reduce kidney inflammation and degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis. Some therapies such as Mai Kang Composition can regulate blood pressure, blood cholesterol and blood sugar level as well as strengthen your immune system. After a period of comprehensive treatment, it is possible to get FSGS in remission.

Can FSGS go into remission? With proper treatment, you can halt FSGS from developing to kidney failure. If you are interested in our treatment, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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