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Nephrotic Syndrome Converted to FSGS: What to Do

Nephrotic Syndrome Converted to FSGS: What to Do“I have Nephrotic Syndrome (NS) for 4 years. After that it converted to FSGS. What to do?” Not a few Nephrotic Syndrome patients have the similar experience before. In this article, let’s have a discussion on this topic.

As we all know, Nephrotic Syndrome is a group of symptoms, including massive proteinuria, heavy swelling, hyperlipidemia and hypoproteinemia. If you can not control proteinuria timely, it can speed up glomerulosclerosis, leading to FSGS. Once the glomeruli become scarred, no treatment can revitalize them. Therefore, do not wait the disease to develop that severe.

How to treat Nephrotic Syndrome and FSGS?

Conventional treatment is to use steroids and immunosuppressants to reduce protein leakage and prevent further kidney damage. In short-term, they are helpful, but in the long run, they can not help you have a permanent control of the disease, because your disease may relapse again and again, meanwhile a number of side effects will appear, such as weight gain, moon face, depression, diabetes, etc.

Here we suggest you to try Toxin-Removing Treatment, which is a systemic Chinese medicine treatment. It can cleanse waste products and excess fluid from renal inherent cells and blood to make internal environment good for kidney self-healing and other medication application. It can also dissolve stasis and improve blood circulation so that enough essential elements such as oxygen, nutrients, enzymes, active ingredients of medicine can be transported into nidus to speed up kidney recovery. Besides, it can regulate the abnormal immune system and strengthen immunity to reduce the relapse of disease. After about one week’s treatment, edema will disappear. After about half month’s treatment, proteinuria will decrease or even turn negative. After about one month’s treatment, Nephrotic Syndrome and FSGS will be under control, and renal condition will get strengthened.

When Nephrotic Syndrome converts to FSGS, the treatment difficulty will increase and it is impossible for you to get complete cure. Therefore, you had better take treatment as early as possible. For more information on Nephrotic Syndrome treatment, 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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