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Chinese Herbs for Proteinuria in FSGS

Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is not a single disease but rather a diagnostic term for a clinicopathologic syndrome that has multiple causes, pathogenic mechanisms, and histologic patterns of injury. Proteinuria is one of the symptoms of FSGS, how to effectively treat the disease? Before that we need first to know what is proteinuria.

What is proteinuria and what cause the phenomenon?

Proteinuria is a condition in which the urine contains too much protein. Proteinuria is also known as albuminuria, due to the presence of one type of protein, albumin, in the urine. It is often caused by dysfunctional kidneys, high blood pressure, or diabetes. Proteinuria is a sign of chronic disease of or damage to the kidneys. Proteins, components of blood, are essential for various body processes. Normally, the kidneys block the passage of protein, keeping it in the blood for delivery to the body’s tissues and organs. In proteinuria, however, protein in the blood passes through the kidneys and into the urine. Higher than normal blood pressure is a common cause of proteinuria. The kidneys are damaged by the elevated blood pressure, which eventually results in the passage of protein into the urine.

People with proteinuria have urine with an abnormal amount of protein. The condition is often a sign of kidney disease. So FSGS patients should not ignore the condition.

How to treat the proteinuria in FSGS?

The herbal tradition of China is valued scientifically, as well as being a fascinating and popular tradition. At present, a vast amount of experience has been gained that has gone towards perfecting their clinical applications. According to Chinese clinical studies, these herbs, and others that have been added to the list of useful items over the centuries, can greatly increase the effectiveness of modern drug treatments, reduce their side-effects, and sometimes replace them completely. The application of Chinese herbs in treating the proteinuria in FSGS is very successful in clinic. It takes longer than the western medicine, but it can cure the disease from the root. Someone who is allergic to the Chinese herbs can’t receive the treatment, whether you are suitable or not, you need do some tests. For more detailed information, you can leave 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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