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How to Increase Low Hemoglobin for FSGS Patients

How to Increase Low Hemoglobin for FSGS PatientsNot a few FSGS patients have low hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is complex protein found in red blood cells. When hemoglobin level is slightly below normal, it causes no symptoms. When it is further lower, it may causes feeling of tiredness, headache, dizziness, fatigue, lack of concentration, rapid heartbeat, pale nail beds, etc. How to increase low hemoglobin for FSGS patients?

What causes low hemoglobin levels for FSGS patients?

Kidney has many functions. Besides blood purification, it secretes erythropoietin to stimulate bone marrows to make red blood cells. When your kidneys are scarred, there are not enough erythropoetin so that hemoglobin levels decrease. Besides, the high concentration of toxins in the blood shortens the lifespan of red blood cells. With the reduction of red blood cells, your hemoglobin level decreases further. If you have blood urine for long-term, it is likely for you to have low hemoglobin levels as well.

Treatment for low hemoglobin for FSGS patients

Doctors usually prescribe iron supplements, EPO injections and vitamin supplements to improve the level of hemoglobin. Though they are available over-the-counter as well, you had better consult a doctor before you take these medicines.

Besides, you should take treatment aggressively to repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. Only in this way can you get rid of anemia from the root. 4M treatment (Mai Kang Composition, Medicated Foot Bath, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and various Medical Soup) can help you set up a blood environment, because they can cleanse the blood, remove stasis from the blood, improve blood circulation and regulate blood pressure. Besides, they can decompose the immune complexes to reduce kidney inflammation and degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis so as to prevent further kidney damage. And they can provide the essential nutrients for kidneys to repair themselves. After a week’s treatment, symptoms associated with low hemoglobin disappear. Long-term treatment can help you promote kidney function.

How to increase low hemoglobin for FSGS patients? Hope the above treatment can help you. If you still have any other questions, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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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