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What to Do with Nosebleeds for FSGS Patients

What to Do with Nosebleeds for FSGS PatientsRecently a FSGS patient told me that he had nosebleed frequently. Nosebleed may be associated with FSGS. Now let’s have a look at what causes nosebleeds for FSGS patients and what to do with nosebleeds for FSGS patients. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact online doctor or leave a message below. We are very glad to help you.

Causes of nosebleeds for FSGS patients

-High creatinine level

With the development of FSGS, your kidneys can not process the poisonous substances in the blood, leading to high creatinine level, high BUN, etc. Long-term high creatinine level can impair peripheral blood platelet so as to prolong bleeding time and decrease the platelet’s ability of aggregation and adhesiveness, leading to nosebleeds.

-High blood pressure

The damaged kidneys can not secrete renin and angiotensin normally, leading to renal high blood pressure. It can damage nasal mucosa, leading to nosebleeds.

-Side effects of medications

During FSGS treatment, you may have to take various medicines to control symptoms, such as steroids and heparin. They have many side effects, one of which is nosebleed.

Treatment for nosebleeds for FSGS patients

If you have nosebleeds frequently, you should talk with the doctor and find the root cause of nosebleeds.

If it is caused by high creatinine level, you should lower it as early as possible. There are many blood detoxification therapies for you, such as steam therapy, medicated full bath, medicated foot bath, enema therapy and circle therapy. They can draw out toxins from the blood to reduce their damage to the kidneys. They can also improve blood circulation to help kidney self-healing.

If it is caused by high blood pressure, you should lower blood pressure as early as possible. ACEI, ARBs, Calcium Channel Blockers, Beta blockers and diuretics are the common used drugs for high blood pressure.

If it is caused by side effects of medications, you should change the medicine to some others.

The fundamental way for nosebleeds is to repair the damaged kidneys and restore kidney function. Systemic treatment including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Mai Kang and decoction is necessary for you. With the help of online doctor, you can learn more information about this 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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