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Creatinine 431, Proteinuria ++++, Blood Urine with FSGS: What Should I Do

Question: I have been diagnosed on FSGS since 2005. My creatinine goes up today to 431 from 377 last week. Protein in urine is ++++ and there is blood detected in my urine. What should I do?

Creatinine 431, Proteinuria ++++, Blood Urine with FSGS: What Should I DoAnswer: Increased creatinine level means there is kidney function impairment. Proteinuria ++++ means there is more than 4g/L protein in the urine. It is likely that you have Nephrotic Syndrome. What you should do now is to control these symptoms as early as possible, or they may speed up the progression to kidney failure.

What treatment do you receive now? The routine treatment for FSGS is to take steroids or other immunosuppressants to inhibit kidney inflammation and decrease permeability of capillaries to reduce protein and red blood cells leakage. But FSGS is a kind of chronic kidney disease, which needs a long time for you to stabilize the state of illness. The referred medications can only help you in short-term. Long-term use of them will trigger a lot of side effects. Therefore, in the long run you had better choose some natural therapies. Because these is not enough information about your medical condition, we can only help you make general treatment plan.

Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies are now very popular in the world. Among them, the combination of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Mai Kang and medicated soup achieves good curative effects. Though the therapies are similar, the herbs in them are different from patient to patient and the dosage of herbs is also different. The active ingredients can cleanse waste from your blood to prevent further damage to the kidneys. They can also dilate blood vessels and remove stasis to increase the blood flow into the kidneys and then the immune complexes can be taken away from the kidneys. Moreover, they can stop kidney fibrosis and provide essential nutrients to help kidney to repair itself. When your kidney function improves, creatinine level comes down and proteinuria and blood urine will disappear.

Besides treatment, you should attach importance to renal-friendly diet, which also play a role in treating your disease. If you have any question about our treatment, please leave a message 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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