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FSGS in Children

Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS), the second leading cause of end stage renal disease in children, appears to be increasing. If you are one of their mums, maybe you are eager to find out an amazing treatment for your lovely kid. Today I would like to offer you a hope for your kid and your family members. There is no need for your kid to take the horrific examination and the painful treatment. But it can greatly improve kidney function. I hope it can do great help for you.Come on with me!

FSGS is a disorder in the blood-filtering parts of the kidney called the glomeruli. Focal and segmental refer to the pattern of damage to the glomerulus and glomerulosclerosis refers to the damage or scarring of the glomerulus. Specifically, focal refers to patches within the kidney that are affected and segmental indicates that only a portion of the glomerulus is affected. FSGS damages the glomerulus and allows protein to leak into the urine (proteinuria). Over time, the damage to the kidney may cause kidney failure. FSGS is only one of many causes of kidney failure or end-stage renal disease.

FSGS is a rare disease which usually occurs among young people and children. The main symptoms of FSGS generally are divided into the following list among children.

Your kid may have foamy or bubbly urine, caused by proteinuria. Or you may show a low level of protein in the blood. Swelling is also one of them. Because of fluid retention, you may have swelling in various parts of the body, including: hands, feet, legs, abdomen, around the eyes. As a child, he or she will have to face the cruel fact and suffering from the pain. All of these symptoms are caused by the failed kidney.

For many patients, we hope to help our children. Here is a natural therapy which is based on the traditional Chinese medicine. Traditional Chinese medicine perfectly combines the essences of herbal medicines and modern medical equipments and technology together to improve the medicine efficacy remarkably. It is an external therapy, in which the shattered medicines can be penetrated into kidney lesions directly and efficiently.

If you want to know more about the treatment therapy about the FSGS in children, you can contact us by leaving us a message or email us 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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