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How to Reduce Urine Protein 2800 for FSGS Patients

How to Reduce Urine Protein 2800 for FSGS PatientsInflammation or scarring of the glomeruli can allow increasing amounts of protein to leak into the urine. As we all know, FSGS means some glomeruli are scarred. That is why most FSGS patients have proteinuria. Recently a patient tells us that the protein in urine is as high as 2800. How to reduce urine protein 2800 for FSGS patients? Is you have the similar medical condition, please go on reading.

Inhibit kidney inflammation

Steroids are the most common used drugs to inhibit kidney inflammation and decrease the permeability of capillaries so as to reduce the leakage of protein.

Lower high blood pressure

FSGS patients often have high blood pressure. If you can not bring it under control, it can oppress the protein to spill through the capillaries. ACEI and ARB are the common used drugs to lower blood pressure and reduce proteinuria.

Pay attention to the diet

Though protein leaks from the blood, it does not mean you should supplement massive protein. Moderate high quality protein intake can satisfy the need of body and decrease proteinuria. The amount of protein intake depends on kidney function.

Repair the damaged kidneys

The root way is to repair the damaged kidneys and stop protein from spilling. Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies can help you achieve the goal. They can increase blood flow into the kidneys to improve ischemia and anoxia in the kidneys. They can also eliminate kidney inflammation and stop kidney fibrosis. Moreover, they can provide the essential nutrients for the kidneys to repair themselves. After a period of treatment, you will find that the damaged kidneys can gradually repair themselves. As a result, protein leakage becomes less and less until it disappears. There are also changes in other aspects. For example, you will feel energetic, your appetite will improves, cold limbs will become warm, etc. If you are interested in our treatment, you can contact online doctor.

Protein 2800 in urine is a little higher. If you do not take measures as early as possible, Nephrotic Syndrome may occur and the progression to kidney failure may be accelerated.

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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