Whatsapp: 008615033420788

Online DoctorContact UsSite Map


Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis, can be reversed at the early stage. We offer the overview of FSGS basics, treatment, Symptoms ﹠ Complication and Healthy Livings.

Home > FSGS > FSGS Symptoms Complications >
Font Size A A A

FSGS, Creatinine Increases upto 2.1 from 1.4, but Proteinuria Is Trace

Question: I have FSGS from last 4 years, previously creatinine was 2.6, but after treatment of steroids it gone to 1.4, but from last 4 month it is increased upto 2.1 but protein is trace / absent in my blood report. Kindly advise.

FSGS, Creatinine Increases upto 2.1 from 1.4, but Proteinuria Is TraceAnswer: Creatinine is an indicator of renal function. When it increases, it means over 50% of renal function has been lost. From what you said, your creatinine fluctuates. That is because your current treatment such as steroids is only to help you inhibit renal inflammation and reduce protein leakage. They can not repair kidney damage and promote renal function from the root.

Treatment for FSGS patients to lower high creatinine 2.1

FSGS is associated with the deposition of immune complexes on the kidneys. They can trigger renal inflammation, which over time impair renal function. Besides suppressing renal inflammation, we need to cleanse those deposited immune complexes and remove them out of the blood. Here we recommend you to try Toxin-Removing Treatment.

This treatment has been practiced in Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine for years. It is made up of various therapies such as Plasma Exchange, oral Chinese medicine, external Chinese medicine (like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, etc), Cytokine Infusion Therapy, Ozone Therapy, etc. Those therapies can work together to dissolve immune complexes and remove them out of body. They can also reduce renal inflammation and control the disease from getting worse. Moreover, they can improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into kidneys so as to provide them with enough essential elements such as oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicine can be transported into nidus so as to speed up kidney recovery.

-After about one week’s treatment, you will see sediments in urine, which are those wastes being passed out.

-After about half month’s treatment, creatinine level will be reduced at least 10%.

-After about one month’s treatment, your FSGS will be under control, and renal function will get improved. And then creatinine will be passed out naturally.

All in all, the above treatment can help FSGS patients have a good control of their illness condition. For more information on FSGS treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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.







Kidney Disease:


Related Articles
Important information in one quick click. Related Articles on IgA Nephropathy are designed to provide accurate and timely information in a short and easy to understand format. Choose the topics of interest to you and read, print or take to your next doctor visit.

Low Iron in FSGS Patients: What to Do

FSGS with High Creatinine: What Herbs to Lower It Quickly

What Medicine Can I Take and What Will Happen with Early FSGS

How to Diagnose FSGS Besides Renal Biospy

Can A Person with FSGS Do Sports

Subscribe to Nephrotic
Healthy Living
Patient story
patient story
In our hospital, we have treated thousands of patients from 64 countries.


Latest Articles

Is Yogurt Good for IgA Nephropathy Patien

Because of its delicious taste and various health benefits, yogurt is a favorite for many people. Is ...

Learn More

Low Iron in FSGS Patients: What to Do

Question: I have been suffering from FSGS for 7 years now. I had maybe 8 month free of prednisone. Ba...

Learn More

Nephrotic Syndrome, Proteinuria still 4+

Question: I was diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome. I intake prednisone, enalapril and altovastatin fo...

Learn More

IgA Nephropathy, Creatinine 9.8: Why Crea

Question: I have IgA Nephropathy. Going through dialysis and creatinine 9.8. I have done total 25 dia...

Learn More