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Treatment for FSGS-CKD Steroid Resistance Patients

Question: My daughter Kum Kranthi, age 23 years old, is suffering from Nephrotic Syndrome (FSGS-CKD Steroid resistance). It was detected in the year 2007. Since then various medicines are being used. The present alarming condition is, her Creatinine is 4.4 and urine protein is 9600 mg/d. Doctors says that once creatinine reaches to more than 7.0, she requires dialysis. Later the best option is kidney transplantation. Please suggest.

Treatment for FSGS-CKD Steroid Resistance PatientsAnswer: FSGS is one of the most causes of Nephrotic Syndrome, especially in children and adolescents. It is associated with a steroid-resistant gene, so most children with FSGS do not respond to any immunosuppressant therapy. Now your daughter’s creatinine is as high as 4.4, which means she is in stage 4 CKD. If you do not find an effective treatment to control FSGS, her condition will continue to worsen and then kidney failure may occur. But kidney transplant is not a good choice, because FSGS patients have a high recurrence rate after transplant. Sometimes it recurs as quickly as a few days. Therefore, what we should do now is to protect the remaining kidney function and ensure her life quality.

Besides steroids and immunosuppressants, there are many other choices for you to control FSGS. Here we recommend a natural treatment consisted of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Mai Kang and decoction. The first two therapies are external therapies and the last two therapies are oral Chinese medicine. The combined external therapies and internal therapies show good curative effect. They can expand blood vessels and speed up blood circulation to remove stasis and increase blood flow into the kidneys. They can also detoxify the blood to set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. Moreover, they can eliminate immune complexes from the blood to alleviate kidney inflammation. With comprehensive treatment, the damaged kidneys gradually regain their ability to certain extent. And then creatinine level comes down, your daughter gets rid of kidney failure and lives a normal life.

If you would like a personalized treatment plan, please send her medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. Our doctors will give you some suggestion after analyzing her cases.

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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