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High Creatinine and BUN level in FSGS

People with FSGS will have such kind of symptoms such as: high creatinine and BUN level. What is FSGS? How to lower high creatinine and BUN level in FSGS? Now I will share something with you.

  FSGS is named for the scarring, or “sclerosis”, that can be found in the kidney of people with this disease. When looked at under a microscope, everyone’s kidneys contain millions of tiny filters called “glomeruli”. These filters work much like a colander that you might have in your kitchen. Blood is “poured into them” as it circulates through the kidney, and the water-like part of the blood drains through. This becomes your urine. When these filters are damaged they become scarred. They are no longer able to filter blood appropriately. This is called “glomerulosclerosis”. The word “focal” is added because in FSGS, only some of the filters are damaged. “Segmental” is included because often only parts of the filters are scarred. So Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis is a very descriptive name for the disease. Some segments of kidney filters are scarred.

  The cause of high creatinine is due to the kidney tissue damage caused by the kidney suffered the continued violations of various pathogeny, therefore the function of waste discharge decreases, leading to the creatinine and other toxins accumulation in the body, resulting in increased serum creatinine and blood urea nitrogen, kidney filtering rate decreased, etc. At the same time, patients will have high blood pressure, swelling around the eyes, in the face, feet, etc and other symptoms.

  Blood urea nitrogen is one production of protein and normally it is discharged from the body by kidney. When the kidney can’t do its job effectively, too much urea nitrogen will build up in the blood and lead to high blood urea nitrogen. Then the damaged kidney is the root cause.

  As high level of BUN and creatinine results from impaired kidney tissues and reduced renal function in FSGS. To lower high BUN and creatinine in FSGS, the primary treatment goal is to enhance renal function. If you want to know the natural therapy or other natural methods for FSGS, you can leave a message below or email us to igacure@gmail.com.

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