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How to Treat Bubbles in Urine with FSGS

How to Treat Bubbles in Urine with FSGSPatients with FSGS always have bubbles in urine, which is very harmful. Bubbles in urine is called proteinuria in clinic and presents that protein leaks away through urine, leading to malnutrition and weight loss. What is worse, bubbles in urine can aggravate FSGS. Here we will discuss how proteinuria is caused and how to treat bubbles in urine with FSGS.

How is bubbles in urine caused by FSGS?

FSGS describes that scar tissues develop in glomeruli, leading to glomerulus damage. Thus, protein can come through glomerular filtration barrier, forming bubbles in urine.

How to treat bubbles in urine with FSGS?

1. A healthy diet in daily life

Patients with proteinuria in FSGS should have a healthy diet, which can contribute to more effective treatment. They should follow the below diet:

- If patients with FSGS have serious proteinuria, they should limit intake of protein. However, they can have more high quality protein, because high quality protein produces less wastes and also provide essential amino acid.

- A low salt diet. Salt can elevate blood pressure, and high blood pressure can affect kidney function and damage kidney, leading to more proteinuria.

- much intake of vitamins. Vitamins are very beneficial for patients with FSGS, and help repair kidney damage.

2. Treatment

The cause of proteinuria is kidney damage, patients with FSGS should concentrate on repairing kidney damage. In recent years, Chinese medicines have been proved to have good effects on repairing kidney damage and recovering kidney function. Chinese medicines have a long history of more than 2000 years in China, and there is almost no side effects with Chinese medicines. The properties of Chinese medicines are as following:

1. Strengthen immunity

2. Prevent inflammation

3. Repair kidney damage

4. Recover kidney function

However, compared with Western medicines, it takes a long time for Chinese medicines to achieve very effective results on patients with FSGS. Chinese medicines are a good option for patients with FSGS to treat bubbles in urine.

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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