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How Can I Save My Kidney Function with Urine Protein 2.7, Serum Creatinine 1.7 and FSGS

Question: I am a 44 years old man. Recently I am diagnosed with FSGS. My 24 hours urine protein is 2.7 g and serum creatinine level is 1.7. How can I save my kidney function?

How Can I Save My Kidney Function with Urine Protein 2.7, Serum Creatinine 1.7 and FSGSAnswer: FSGS is a chronic kidney disease in which scar tissues develops on the parts of the kidneys that filter waste out of the blood. As a result, protein which should be remained in the blood leaks into the urine. Creatinine is a breakdown product of creatine phosphate in muscle and to a smaller extent by eating meat. Because it is passed out of the body by kidneys, it is often used to measure how well your kidneys work. For healthy people, their urine protein is no more than 150 mg per day and their creatinine level ranges in 0.5-1.2 mg/dL. Now both your 24 hours urine protein and creatinine level are higher than the normal range, which indicates that your kidneys are damaged. However, you are still in stage 3 CKD. It is possible for you to reverse the disease with proper treatment.

FSGS is associated with IgG, C3 and other immune complexes depositing in the kidneys. In early stage, those immune complexes cause inflammation. But over time inflammatory part will become sclerosis. Therefore, if you want to save your kidney function, you should inhibit inflammatory response in the kidneys and cleanse those immune complexes from the kidneys. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can decompose the immune complexes so that they can be removed out of the body easily. This therapy can also dilate blood vessels and remove stasis to improve blood circulation, which is good for the inflammatory part to recover. Moreover, it can regulate the immune system to reduce the production of immune complexes. After a period of treatment, the inflammatory parts regain their ability and then urine protein and creatinine level comes down.

FSGS is a severe disease. When all the parts of kidneys are sclerosis, no treatment can help you. Do not miss the best time for treatment.

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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