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How To Cure FSGS In Late Stage

How To Cure FSGS In Late StageIs it possible to cure FSGS in late stage? Treatment for FSGS in early stage and late stage is totally different, at least patients receive different effects if they take the same treatment method. Generally speaking, FSGS in early stage can be controlled well and quickly, because in that case, kidney is injured mildly and as long as residual kidney function is protected successfully, patients can live a longer and better life. However, for FSGS in late stage, it can not be cured because necrotic kidney tissues can not be revived. Also, the treatment for it should be aiming at both protecting residual kidney function and repairing some injured kidney tissues. Only in this way, can patients get clinical remission.

Three parts of kidney intrinsic cells in FSGS

For an individual with FSGS in late stage, there are totally three parts of kidney intrinsic cells in his kidney which refers partly to healthy kidney intrinsic cells, partly to the injured kidney intrinsic cells and partly to the necrotic kidney intrinsic cells.

Healthy kidney intrinsic cells work normally and they usually bears a heavier burden when some of kidney intrinsic cells fail to function. Injured kidney intrinsic cells refers to the one that has been damaged but still keeps being alive. For this kind of kidney cells, some of them can be repaired well by activating them and increasing their self-curative ability. And last part of kidney intrinsic cell refers to the one has been dead completely. Such a kind of kidney intrinsic cells can not be revived at all according to current medical technology.

Treatment for FSGS in late stage

Treatment for FSGS is late stage aims at repairing injured kidney intrinsic cells on the precondition of causing no damages on residual healthy kidney cells. As of now, only Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is qualified on the basis of treatment standard.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a treatment based on Chinese herbs. It is regarded as the best treatment for FSGS in late stage, just because effective ingredients in micro-Chinese medicine can stimulate injured kidney intrinsic cells and help them work again. Plus, it causes no side effects, so it is regarded as the best and more natural treatment for FSGS patients whose illness has developed to late stage.

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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