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What Should I Do with GFF 21 and FSGS

What Should I Do with GFF 21 and FSGSGFR is the indicator of kidney function. When your GFR is 21, it means you are in stage 4. If attention is not paid to the treatment, kidney failure will be available quickly. What should I do with GFR 21 and FSGS?

What you should do is to preserve the remaining kidney function and repair the injured part of kidneys to promote kidney function. Only in this way can you avoid dialysis and transplant to live a normal life.

How to preserve your remaining kidney function?

-You should follow a renal-friendly diet, because such a kind of diet can not only provide the nutrients your body needs, but also produce less waste so as to reduce the workload of kidneys and protect kidney function. Generally speaking, FSGS patients should have a low protein, low salt, low fat, high vitamins and high carbohydrates diets.

-Have a good rest and avoid overwork. If your state of illness is stable, you should do some exercise to boost immune system. This can prevent FSGS from deteriorating.

-Control the symptoms with medicates.

How to repair the damaged kidneys and promote kidney function?

The routine treatment is just to treat symptoms rather than repair the damaged kidneys. Though Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies do not take effect as quick as western medicine in treating symptoms, they can regulate the whole body and make it in a balanced and harmonious state so as to help kidneys repair themselves. Among these TCM therapies, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Mai Kang and decoction are often used together. They can eliminate the inflammation in the kidneys. They can also cleanse waste in the blood, remove stasis and improve blood circulation in the kidneys to improve ischemia and anoxia. Moreover, they supply the damaged kidneys with essential nutrients to speed up their recovery.

Apart from TCM therapies, biotherapy is also a good choice for you. It is to inject stem cells into the body. The stem cells can differentiate into renal cells to replace the damaged ones to work.

Combination of the above therapies can help you achieve a good curative effect. And GFR will also gradually increase so that you do not have to worry about dialysis and transplant.

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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