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Treatment Of Kidney Function Less Than 10% In FSGS

As a matter of fact, everyone wants to live a normal life although some FSGS patients only left less than 10% kidney function. So, treatment of kidney function less than 10% in FSGS becomes a great popular topic among them. It is well known that when this situation happened, dialysis or kidney transplant is their final choices in western countries. Is this true? Both the above treatments are the best? If you want to know the behind story, please follow us closely.

Now, let’s first talk about dialysis and kidney transplant-the greatly recommended methods by the foreign kidney experts. Refer to dialysis, it indeed can replace a part of kidneys to help remove the wastes and toxins from the body and relieve some symptoms to maintain patients’ lives to a certain degree. But unfortunately, no one FSGS patient wants to adopt it because it is unable to replace kidneys totally and really treat FSGS from the root. Besides, its side effects like itching skin, malnutrition, nausea, etc also will become a long-term torment for them. In our daily life, you might have heard that a part of patients don’t die from dialysis itself, but from its complications and side effects.

In addition to dialysis, we have to admit that a successful kidney transplant can really help patients with less than 10% kidney function prolong the life expectancy and as long as a new kidney has been transplanted successfully, patients don’t need worry the low kidney function any more. However, the fact is that it is very difficult to receive a kidney transplant, even waiting for a donor may take many years. And it relapses so easily just after kidney transplant.

In this situation, Chinese herbal medicines may your the best choice. Not only all the above side effects will not happen, but above all, it mainly aims at to treat FSGS from the root by repairing damaged kidney and improve kidney function effectively.

In conclusion, try to change a treatment and you will see the new hopes. If you are interested in Chinese herbal medicines, please contact us to know more detailed informations about treatment of kidney function less than 10% in FSGS.

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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