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Will FSGS Cause Your Skin to Be Irritated

Will FSGS Cause Your Skin to Be IrritatedIn FSGS, the scarring occurs only in some of the glomeruli. In the early stage, the compensatory mechanism of other glomeruli can maintain the normal function of kidneys. But with the development of FSGS, kidney function declines, and then symptoms begin to appear, such as edema, proteinuria, blood urine, etc. Will FSGS cause your skin to be irritated?

Why FSGS causes your skin to be irritated?

-FSGS patients often have an presentation with skin itch. It is associated with the accumulated waste in the blood. The high concentration of toxins like urea can stimulate the skin and sebaceous glands, leading to the atrophy of sweat glands. And then your skin may become dry and itchy.

-The declined kidney function can not regulate the electrolytes in the blood, resulting in high phosphorus level and high calcium level in the blood. Too much calcium may deposit in the skin, leading to the hyperthyroidism. And this can cause massive secretion of thyroxine and skin itch.

-Because of high blood pressure, high cholesterol level or high blood sugar level, nervous lesion may occur. It may cause neurodermatitis.

-When FSGS develops to kidney failure, patients are easily allergic to something. Allergy can give rise to itch as well.

How to alleviate the itchy skin for FSGS patients?

The direct way is to keep the skin clean and moist. But the fundamental way is to find the causes of itchy skin, and then take different measures, for example, lower urea level and phosphorus level, stay far away from allergen, etc. Besides, you should repair the damaged kidneys and restore their function to filter waste. In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, there is a set of treatment consisted of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang and decoction. So far, thousands of patients have received such treatment and achieve satisfying curative effect. If you want to know more information about the treatment, please feel free to contact online doctor.

Skin itch is excruciating, so you had better take treatment as early as possible to prevent kidney failure.

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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