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How to Treat Proteinuria +++ for FSGS Patients

How to Treat Proteinuria +++ for FSGS PatientsAccording to the amount of protein leakage, proteinuria is classified into several levels. Proteinuria +++ means there is 2.0-4.0 g/L protein in the urine. How to treat proteinuria +++ for FSGS patients?

Proteinuria is a common symptom of FSGS. It results from the damage to the charge barrier in glomerular basement membrane. Protein which should be held in the body splits out of the body.

Steroids

Steroids can inhibit kidney inflammation so as to reduce proteinuria. But long term-use of these medicine cause many symptoms, such as unusual weight gain, weakness, trouble sleeping, swelling hands, etc.

Anti-hypertensive medicine

Hypertension is not uncommon among FSGS patients. High blood pressure in the blood vessels can make the protein leakage worsen. Anti-hypertensive medicines such as ACE inhibitors and ARBs can lower blood pressure, protect kidney function as well as reduce proteinuria.

Diet

Paying attention to the intake of protein is also helpful in alleviating proteinuria. Too much protein intake can increase the workload of kidneys so as to worsen proteinuria. But you should eat some high quality protein such as egg white and lean meat to satisfy the physical demand. How much protein you can take should depend on your remaining kidney function.

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine is also helpful in reducing proteinuria.There are some oral Chinese medicine such as earthworm and leech to help you eliminate proteinuria. Some external TCM therapies such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy are used to repair the damaged kidneys by anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, blood vessel dilation and extracellular matrix degradation. As long as your kidney function improves, proteinuria disappears.

Proteinuria +++ should be treated as early as possible, or it can cause further damage to your kidneys and many other problems such as hypoproteinemia, hyperlipemia, edema, etc. If you have any question, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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