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Four Tips About FSGS Treatment

Four Tips About FSGS TreatmentThe scar tissue that forms on sections of some glomeruli in focal segmental Glomerulosclerosis( FSGS ) will lead to kidney failure if left untreated. However, if an effective treatment is given immediately, your disease can be controlled easily. Since treatment plays such an important role in FSGS patients to live a better and longer life, so it is necessary to learn more details about FSGS treatment. Here, the following parts introduce four tips about FSGS treatment and hope it is helpful to you.

1. Reasonable Diet

It is well known that if you want to slow the progression of FSGS, a healthy and reasonable daily diet is very important. For patients with FSGS, a well planned diet includes proper protein intake, low-salt intake, low-fat intake, serious fluid restriction and high-fiber intake and so on.

2. Steroid therapy

In many countries and areas, steroid is the most commonly used medicines for FSGS, which include prednisolone, methyl prednisolone, etc. However, many researches indicate that it is so bad for patient’s body and their lives. As we all known that heavy or long-term use of these medicines can cause various side effects, like wight gain, thinning of bones, increased risks of infections and raised blood pressure.

3. Dialysis and kidney transplant

To be honest, whether dialysis or kidney transplant is a good replacement treatment for kidney failure caused by uncontrolled FSGS temporarily. And once the GFR is less than 15, dialysis or kidney transplant will be suggested. The two are suggested as the last choice, but not the best.

4. Natural therapy

FSGS can be reversed to some extend with natural and effective therapies, said by kidney experts. FSGS is difficult to be cured, but this does not mean injured kidney function can not be restored. Here, we want to recommend two therapies, known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Blood Purification, both the two therapies are the best treatments for FSGS and other kidney diseases. Compared with other therapies, they show a promising future in repairing the damaged kidney tissues and improving kidney functions for FSGS treatment.

Are you interested in this two natural therapies? If yes, please contact us or send your check list to igacure@gmail.com immediately, we are here to help you.

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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