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FSGS With Creatinine 4.8: How To Treat Proteinuria Naturally

FSGS With Creatinine 4.8: How To Treat Proteinuria NaturallyIf you happen to be a FSSG patients with high creatinine 4.8, proteinuria may trouble you for a long time. Moreover, most patients don’t satisfied with their current treatment, which drives them to find a natural treatment as early as possible. Well, how to treat proteinuria in FSGS with creatinine 4.8 naturally?

As a matter of fact, FSGS is commonly seen as a primary glomerular damage of Nephrotic Syndrome, which behaves as heavy proteinuria and edema. Besides, 40%-60% of this disease will develop into chronic kidney disease, what is worse, which is more likely progress to kidney failure as well.

Normally, for a healthy person, his or her creatinine level ranges from 0.5-1.2mg/dL. However, creatinine 4.8 is extremely higher than the normal level, which indicates your kidney must be damaged seriously. Proteinuria is a significant clinical feature.

FSGS with creatinine 4.8: How to treat proteinuria naturally?

The traditional methods to treat proteinuria are dialysis, kidney transplant and medicines. Due to obvious and quick effect, dialysis and medicines are commonly used in clinic, but the simply control of protein is temporary and perfunctory. As for kidney transplant, its high costs always trouble many families. Well, Is there a good choice for proteinuria in FSGS and high creatinine level 4.8?

Now, we have a good news. After many experts’ study day and night, the newest treatment known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy appears eventually. It mainly aims at regulating blood pressure, improving microcirculation, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and providing nutritions to damaged cells, thus to repair damaged kidney and improve kidney function from the root. What is more, it usually has big effect if patients still have a drop of urine.

We often say “ urine stands for hope”, if you have proteinuria, it maybe a good news to your current situation. As long as kidney can be repaired as normals, all the symptoms like high creatine level, proteinuria, even FSGS will disappear slowly.

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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