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What Can I Do to Reverse FSGS

What Can I Do to Reverse FSGSFSGS can be reversed if you find this disease in the early stage and receive treatment aggressively. But what can I do to reverse FSGS? Do you want to know the answer? Go on reading please.

When we refer treatment, we always think of medications. But in fact treatment includes many other aspects, such as diet, exercise, emotion, etc. Only when they are combined together can you achieve a better therapeutic effect.

What you should do is to follow a renal-friendly diet.

If you want to reverse FSGS, you should restrict intake of certain food. Because FSGS patients often have proteinuria, too much protein intake can increase the workload of kidneys and it can also affect your creatinine level and urea level. But to satisfy the need of body, you have to consume moderate high quality protein, such as egg white and lean meat. Besides, you should limit the intake of sodium to ease edema and high blood pressure. If your potassium level is high, you should also reduce the intake of food high in potassium. Because every FSGS patients have different conditions, it is difficult to make a personalized treatment here.

What you should do is to do some gentle exercise regularly.

Strenuous activities can worsen proteinuria and speed up the progression to kidney failure. But you can do some gentle exercise to strengthen immune system, improve appetite, boost energy, etc. Walking, jogging, swimming, yoga and so on are all good choices.

What you should do is to receive treatment aggressively.

The above treatment is only adjunctive. The most important treatment is still medications. In order to reduce side effects, we recommend some natural remedies here. Traditional Chinese Medicine has thousand years of history and it includes herbs and external therapies, in which Mai Kang and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy are spoken highly. They can regulate the qi flowing in the channel, remove stasis and cleanse waste. With the improvement of blood circulation, your kidney function can also improve to certain extent. If your kidneys are severely damaged, biotherapy can help you rebuild the kidney structure.

The earlier you receive treatment, the more possibility for you to reverse FSGS. When you develop to kidney failure, no treatment can reverse it. 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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