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Is It Possible to Recover Kidney Function with FSGS and CKD Stage 5

Is It Possible to Recover Kidney Function with FSGS and CKD Stage 5FSGS is a kind of chronic kidney disease. Without prompt and effective treatment, it will develop to stage 5, in which you may have to do dialysis or transplant to prolong life. Is it possible to recover kidney function with FSGS and CKD stage 5? Some FSGS patients with CKD stage 5 are curious about the answer to this question. In the following, let’s have a quick look.

Dialysis and transplant for FSGS and CKD stage 5 patients

-Dialysis and transplant may be the most common used ways for stage 5 patients. But dialysis is just to discharge toxins from the blood. In the short term, it is helpful for you to preserve the remaining kidney function. But in the long run, more and more dialysis complications will appear and your remaining kidney function will also decline. At last, you have no urine output at all.

-Transplant is a good way to recover kidney function. But FSGS patients often have a high recurrent rate (50%-100%) after transplant. For some patients, FSGS comes back again as soon as they just do the transplant.

Therefore, dialysis and transplant are not good for recovering kidney function with FSGS and CKD stage 5.

Traditional Chinese Medicine for FSGS and CKD stage 5 patients

When FSGS develops to stage 5, a lot of waste will build up in the blood. It is necessary to cleanse these waste from the blood to preserve kidney function. Dialysis is not the only way, there are also other therapies for you, such as plasma exchange, blood perfusion and immune absorption. In TCM, there are also therapies to detoxify your body, such as medicated bath, enema therapy and circle therapy. Moreover, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Mai Kang and medicated soup are used together with the above therapies to dilate blood vessels, speed up blood circulation, lower cholesterol level and eliminate immune complexes from the blood. With systemic treatment, you can regain part of kidney function. But it is impossible for you to recover all kidney function, because some kidney tissues have been dead.

If you want to regain kidney function, you had better receive treatment as early as possible. If you have any question, 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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