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What Can FSGS Patients Do to Help Expel Protein out of Urine

Question: My daughter is 15 years old and she was diagnosed with FSGS about six months ago. This is all new to me and I need help. Please send me natural remedies to prevent further damage to her kidneys and what she can do to help expel protein out of her urine.

What Can FSGS Patients Do to Help Expel Protein out of UrineAnswer: Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is a type of glomerular disease and describes scarring in the kidneys. The scarring of FSGS only takes place in small sections of each glomerulus, and only a limited number of glomeruli are damaged at first. This is a chronic disease, because the scarred glomeruli can not be repaired. Treatment can slow the process of kidney disease. Everyone is different in how they respond to treatment. Over time, some patients gradually get worse until they reach kidney failure. Some people respond well to treatment and may live with the disease for many years. For your daughter, what treatment does she receive now? Since you are interested in natural remedies, you can try Toxin-Removing Treatment.

Toxin-Removing Treatment helps FSGS patients expel protein out of urine, and make proteinuria negative.

This is a systemic treatment, which is mainly made up of Chinese medicine. It can restore the balance of anti-inflammatory cytokines and pro-inflammatory cytokines to reduce renal inflammation so as to stop protein leakage and control the disease from getting worse. It can also eliminate waste products and extra fluid from body via urine, sweat and bowel movement so as to reduce the workload of kidneys and make internal environment good for kidney self-healing. Moreover, it can improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into kidneys so that enough essential elements can be transported into nidus to speed up kidney recovery.

After about one week’s treatment, edema will fade away.

After about half month’s treatment, proteinuria will be reduced.

After about one month’s treatment, illness condition will be under control, and renal function will be improved. With the improvement of renal function, proteinuria will turn negative.

What can FSGS patients do to help expel protein out of urine? You can try Toxin-Removing Treatment. 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.







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