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FSGS, Proteinuria 500mg, Creatinine Stable: How to Get Better

FSGS, Proteinuria 500mg, Creatinine Stable: How to Get BetterQuestion: I have problem of FSGS. It was identified in April this year. Am taking treatment of steroids. My proteinuria decreases to 4000mg to 500 now. Creatinine level always stable 1 below. How is my condition? Suggest me for better.

Answer: From your description, we can see that your proteinuria gets improved with steroid treatment. And your creatinine level is still within normal range. That is really very good. However, from April to now, there has been half year, and there is still protein in urine, which means that your treatment plan is not perfect. If your treatment plan was effective enough, your proteinuria had turned negative. Persistent proteinuria can speed up glomerulosclerosis, so you need to adjust your current treatment. Here we suggest you take a comprehensive treatment. It is Toxin-Removing Treatment.

Toxin-Removing Treatment can turn proteinuria negative.

This treatment takes advantage of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Mai Kang Mixture, Enema Therapy, Steam Therapy, oral Chinese medicine and so on to expel waste products including those immune complexes deposited in your blood and kidneys so as to reduce kidney inflammation. It can also dilate blood vessels and remove stasis to improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys so that adequate essential elements such as oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicine can be transported into damaged kidneys to speed up kidney recovery. In addition, it can adjust the abnormal immune system and strengthen immunity to fight against kidney disease. After about one week’s treatment, you will see floccules in urine, which are those wastes being passed out. After about half month’s treatment, your proteinuria will start to decrease. After about one month’s treatment, your disease will be under control. With treatment going on, you can reduce your steroid intake and eventually get rid of it completely without triggering relapse.

For your condition, FSGS can be controlled very well with our treatment. If you would like to get more information on our hospital, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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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