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How to Lower High BUN Level for FSGS Patients

How to Lower High BUN Level for FSGS PatientsLike creatinine, BUN is also an indicator of kidney function. For FSGS patients, some parts of the glomeruli are sclerosis, which affect their ability ability to filter waste from the blood. As a result, urea nitrogen builds up. How to lower high BUN level for FSGS patients?

Restrict the intake of protein

Urea is the product of protein metabolism, so you had better restrict the intake of protein. But to meet the physical needs, eating moderate high quality protein is necessary. Egg white, lean meat, milk and poultry are all high quality protein. How much protein you can consume depends on your remaining kidney function and weight.

Ensure supplement of energy

Our body needs calories to function. In order to reduce protein metabolism, you should ensure supplement of carbohydrate to provide energy. Carbohydrates are also good for the elimination of urea. Rice, wheat and cereal are all good source of carbohydrate.

Drinking plenty of water

If you do not have edema, drinking plenty of water is helpful in lower BUN level, because urea can be passed out of the body with urine. But if you have edema, you should control water intake.

Limit the intake of fat

Fat can inhibit the discharge of urea. But you can eat moderate unsaturated fat like flaxseed oil and fish oil.

Improve kidney function

Because high BUN is caused by impaired kidney function, the fundamental way to resolve this problem is to repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. There are many natural remedies recommended to you. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Mai Kang and decoction are good choices. They can improve ischemia and anoxia in the kidneys. They can also restrain kidney inflammation. Moreover, they can set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. After a period of treatment, the damaged kidneys can regain their ability and then BUN level returns to normal level.

There are also some other adjunctive therapies, such as enema therapy, mediated bath, circle therapy, moxibustion, steam therapy, etc. If you are interested in our treatment, please leave a message below 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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