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How to Take Care of My Kidneys with FSGS

How to Take Care of My Kidneys with FSGSFSGS is a kind of disease that scars some of the glomeruli, leading to proteinuria, swelling, etc. If you do not want to develop to kidney failure, you should protect your kidneys from being damaged further. How to take care of my kidneys with FSGS?

Control symptoms

High blood pressure, high blood sugar level, high cholesterol level, massive proteinuria and so on can cause further damage to the kidneys. If you have these symptoms, you should treat them as early as possible. There are many western medicines for you, such as ACEI, ARB and CCB for high blood pressure, immunosuppressants and steroids for proteinuria, statin for high cholesterol, etc.

Follow a healthy lifestyle

FSGS is a kind of chronic kidney disease. If you want to achieve a good curative effect, you should not only depends on medical treatment, but also daily care. In diet, you should follow a low sodium, low fat, low protein, and high vitamin diet. In exercises, you should do some gentle exercise like walking and jogging when your state of illness is stable, which is very good for health. In addition, you should give up smoking and avoid overwork.

Find an effective treatment for FSGS

Just controlling the symptoms is not enough. These pathogenic factors such as immune complexes. C3, and IgG are still in the blood to further damage the kidneys. That is why FSGS patients often develop kidney failure. What we should do is to cleanse these waste and set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. There are a set treatment which is proved effects. It is consisted of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang and decoction. They can draw out toxins from the blood. They can also combine with these immune complexes, split them and remove them. Moreover, they can dilate blood vessels, speed up blood circulation, remove stasis and increase blood flow to kidneys. With comprehensive treatment, the damaged kidneys repair themselves to certain extent. And then you can live a normal life.

FSGS can not halt you from enjoying your life. As long as you receive treatment timely, it is possible for you to control the disease very well. With the help of online doctor, you can learn more information.

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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