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Will FSGS Be Completely Cured After Kidney Transplantation

Will FSGS Be Completely Cured After Kidney TransplantationDialysis just takes over part of kidney function to filter waste from the body, while kidney transplant takes over all kidney function, including filtration, secretion, metabolic function. Therefore, kidney transplant may allow you to live a normal life. FSGS is a common disease that can cause kidney failure. Will FSGS be completely cured after kidney transplant?

Let’s learn more information about kidney transplant and FSGS.

For some patients, their FSGS can be completely cured after kidney transplant. While for some other patients, FSGS comes back again. Some data show that recurrence rate of FSGS after transplant is as high as 50-100. Therefore, whether FSGS can be completely cured or not after kidney transplant depends on the medical condition of patients.

Besides, the survive time of transplanted kidney is limited. Several years later you may have to find another healthy kidney to do transplant, or to do dialysis. Moreover, after transplant, the consumption of anti-rejection drugs may inhibit immune system and expose you to more diseases.

Therefore, in our hospital we do not encourage the kidney patients to do transplant if they still have urine output.

How to improve kidney function for FSGS patients?

If you still have urine output, it is possible for you to recover some kidney function. Though most part of kidney tissues have been necrotic, there are still some kidney tissues in a state of inflammation. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Mai Kang and decoction are often used together to increase the blood flow into the kidneys. They can eliminate immune complexes from kidneys to reduce inflammation. They can also lower cholesterol level, control blood sugar level, dilate blood vessels to improve blood circulation. Moreover, they can strengthen immune system and help you fight against disease.

After a period of treatment, your kidney function will improve to certain extent. You can still make use of biotherapy to recover kidney function.

Though FSGS can not be cured, you can live a normal life with our treatment. For more information, please contact online doctor.

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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