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How Huge Is the Chance of A Child Inheriting FSGS if the Father Has the Disease

How Huge Is the Chance of A Child Inheriting FSGS if the Father Has the DiseaseFocal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is a severe kind of chronic kidney disease. It scars your glomeruli gradually so as to impair ability to filter waste products and excessive fluid, secrete hormones, regulate blood pressure and so on. It is difficult to revive the scarred ones, so it is necessary for you to take treatment as early as possible to prevent further kidney damage. How huge is the chance of a child inheriting FSGS if the father has the disease? If you have the similar doubt, go on reading to find the answer. With the help of online doctor, you can get the answer directly.

Generally speaking, FSGS does not passes down to your child.

FSGS most frequently occurs without a cause. And sometimes it has a known causes, such as urine back-ups in the kidney, obesity, obstructive sleep apnea, sickle cell anemia, viruses, etc. Generally speaking, it is not hereditary. But sometimes FSGS is linked to a hereditary gene. Having a family member with FSGS may increase the chance of acquiring the disease. Most people do not know they have a genetic risk until symptoms begin. It is proportionally more common in African-Americans than other groups. Therefore, you had better take your child to do physical examination regularly to prevent FSGS.

How to prevent FSGS?

So far, there is no effective treatment to stop FSGS from developing to kidney failure. But proper treatment can help you slow down the progression to kidney failure. For example, 4M treatment (Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Mai Kang Composition and Medical Soup)+biotherapy can help you repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. Besides medical treatment, you should follow a healthy lifestyle to prevent further kidney damage, for example, eat kidney-friendly diet, do gentle exercises, give up some unhealthy lifestyle, etc.

How huge is the chance of a child inheriting FSGS if the father has the disease? I think you have acquired the answer. If you still have any question, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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