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How Do I Know if I Have Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis

How Do I Know if I Have Focal Segmental GlomerulosclerosisIn the early stage of Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS), there are few symptoms or symptoms are so slight that many people can not realize they get FSGS. How do I know if I have focal segmental glomerulosclerosis? Go on reading to learn more information. You can also chat with online doctor directly, which is free of charge.

Physical examination

-Renal biopsy. It is to insert a needle into the kidney and then a tiny amount of kidney tissues is taken out to be examined. It may be the best way to diagnose FSGS. But renal biopsy has some risks. For example, it may speed up kidney failure. And it is possible that the taken tissue is healthy, which affects the diagnosis of FSGS.

-In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, there are many tests to help you diagnose whether you have FSGS or not, such as glomerular protein filtration index test, renal tubule epithelial cells test, component of urine protein test, etc. Those test can accurately tell you the types of your kidney disease and the severity of your kidneys so as to help the doctors make the best treatment plan for you.

Early signs of kidney disease


Swelling is an early sign of kidney disease. In the morning, you may find that there is swelling in eyelid or face. But the swelling usually disappears in the afternoon.

-Frequent urination at night

When there is something wrong with you, you may have frequent urination at night, because your kidneys have to work hard day and night to remove waste products from the blood to prevent further damage.

-Urination change

When you urinate, you should observe your urine closely. If there are a lot of bubbles in it and the bubbles keep for long time. It may indicate your kidneys go wrong. Besides, with FSGS, your urine color changes as well. It may become dark orange, brown, tea-colored or red, which means it contains blood.

Besides, you may have fatigue, kidney pain felt in back, muscle cramp, sleep problems, etc.

Early diagnosis can help you take treatment as early as possible so as to avoid kidney failure. How do I know if I have focal segmental glomerulosclerosis? Do you get the answer? If not, please contact us at igacure@gmail.com

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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