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FSGS: How to Reduce Red Blood Cell and White Blood Cell In Urine

FSGS: How to Reduce Red Blood Cell and White Blood Cell In UrineIt is common for FSGS (Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis) patients to have increased red blood cell and white blood cell in urine. This abnormality can be found through routine urine test and usually, the more red blood cell and white blood cell in urine, the worse. Therefore, try to reduce the amount of them in urine is very important for FSGS patients.

Cause of increased red blood cell and white blood cell in urine for FSGS patients

To reduce red blood cell and white blood cell in urine successfully, the treatment must be based on the root cause of this normalities, so knowing the real cause is very necessary.

FSGS is a kidney problem in which some glomeruli are injured for some reason. Glomerulus is an important part of kidney and is responsible for filtering blood. While filtering blood, wastes can be removed out of the blood and nutrition like red blood cell and white blood cell can be preserved in the body. When glomeruli are injured and can not function properly, not only wastes like creatinine and urea nitrogen will build up in the blood, necessary substances like red blood cell and white blood cell leak out and into urine.

How to reduce red blood cell and white blood cell in urine with FSGS?

From above explanation, we can find that repairing injured glomeruli is necessary for FSGS patients to reduce red blood cell and white blood cell in urine. For the treatment that can help to achieve this goal, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a good choice. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is not a simple medicine, but a combination of a group of herbs. These herbs are tested to do good for our kidney and by using them together, the self-curative ability of glomeruli can be improved well. Necrotic glomeruli can not be revived, but some injured glomeruli can be repaired successfully by strengthen their self-curative ability.

Since the root cause of increased red blood cell and white blood cell in FSGS is damage of glomeruli, so when some of the injured glomeruli function again, the amount of red blood cell and white blood cell is reduced effectively.

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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