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Natural Treatment for Hematuria in FSGS

Natural Treatment for Hematuria in FSGSHow to treat hematuria naturally with FSGS? Hematuria is one of the clinical manifestations of FSGS (Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis), a kidney problem in which less than 50% of glomeruli are damaged. In FSGS, hematuria can be microcospic or gross, and the later one usually indicate more serious kidney damages. For FSGS patients, if they leave hematuria alone, illness will progress to End Stage Renal Disease finally. Tight control of this symptom will be helpful for slowing down illness progress. Well then, is there a natural treatment that can help us manage hematuria well?

As for the natural treatment for hematuria in FSGS, two therapies are recommended:

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a very different treatment that works through a group of Chinese herbs which are used externally. Hematuria refers to the presence of excess red blood cells in urine. In FSGS, red blood cells leak into urine due to damage of glomerular filtration membrane which is composed of glomerular epithelial, glomerular endothelial and basilar membrane. When this membrane is injured, large amounts of red blood cells will pass through kidney easily and come into urine. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is recommended to treat hematuria caused by FSGS just because effective ingredients in Chinese medicines used in this treatment can help to repair damaged filtration membrane. Besides, as Chinese medicines are used externally in this treatment, so no side effects or discomforts are caused during the whole treatment process.


Immunotherapy is another mentionable treatment for FSGS patients with persistent hematuria. The whole treatment process is divided into six steps which aim ati different medical purpose. In this treatment, both Chinese medicine and western medicines are applied. In general, western medicines are firstly used to get illness condition, say hematuria here, under control. When illness condition is stable, Chinese medicines are used to strengthen kidney and improve kidney function, so as to achieve the goal of stoping leakage of red blood cells.

These two treatment methods have their own advantages in treating hematuria caused by FSGS, but both they are safe and natural. Please choose the better one according to your own illness condition.

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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