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Prevent Proteinuria in focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS)

Most people with FSGS are suffering from proteinuria, which is a typical symptom of FSGS. But do you know why does it happen and how to prevent proteinuria in FSGS? The article below will provide you a good choice.

What is FSGS? Why does proteinuria happen in FSGS?

FSGS is a kidney disease, which is not a single disease but a histologic pattern of renal damage that initially affects the glomerulus and its tubulointerstitium.

Each person has two kidneys in their lower back. Each kidney is made up of approximately one million tiny filters called “glomeruli.” Much as a coffee filter keeps coffee grounds in, glomeruli keep valuable cells and protein in the blood. Normal Blood Protein Levels: Protein maintains the proper balance of fluids between the tissues and the bloodstream. Low Blood Protein Levels: Fluid is taken from the blood and builds up in the tissue. These diseases damage the glomeruli, small blood vessels that work as a filtering system in your kidneys. They normally keep substances your body needs, such as blood proteins (albumin), while filtering wastes and excess water from the blood and passing them into the urine. But because they’re damaged, the kidneys' filtering system cannot properly function.

As a result, substances like protein that were previously unable to pass through can now leak or “spill” into your urine. This leads to high protein levels in your urine, or proteinuria. Because of this condition, your blood lacks the protein necessary to regulate fluid throughout your body:

How to Effectively Prevent Proteinuria in FSGS?

As we know that, FSGS is a kind of kidney disorder. The treatment for the proteinuria in FSGS should first control the protein intake for each day. Here we recommended a natural therapy due to it can repair the kidney damage and recover kidney function from the disease root. Only the failed kidneys recover from the root, the proteinuria can be effectively prevented in FSGS. It is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy based on the traditional Chinese medicine. If patients are allergic herbs, the therapy is not available to them. Whether you are suitable to the therapy, you need do some tests for safe consideration. For more specific information, you can leave us a message below 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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