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Alternative Treatment for FSGS

Question: I have FSGS, but my creatinine level is normal. I get a lot of water retention though and always spill protein above average. Since finding out it was FSGS, we only tried lisinopril and feurosemide, but no more steroids. I really responded bad to them and refused to do that stuff that suppress my immune system. I want to know more about alternative treatment for FSGS.

Alternative Treatment for FSGSAnswer: Creatinine level does not increase until more than 50 % kidney function loses. You said that your creatinine level is normal. It means your kidney disease is still in the early stage. If you can receive treatment aggressively, it is possible for you to stop its progression. The conventional treatment is to take western medicine as you referred. Some patients response very well to these medicine that their symptoms get remission, but there are still some people like you who respond bad to them. In this case, we recommend Traditional Chinese Medicine to you, which has few side effects. Because treating kidney disease is long process, we should reduce the side effects as much as possible.

Depending on years of treatment experience, we develop a suit of effective treatment for kidney patients, including FSGS patients. Because when kidney function declines gradually, waste begins to accumulate in the body, resulting in various symptoms. More waste, more symptoms. Therefore, we treat FSGS from cleansing the blood. According to the degree of polluted blood, we help you make a personalized treatment plan.

Our treatment includes Mai Kang Mixture, decoction, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Foot Bath. Besides, there are some adjunctive therapies, such as Moxibustion, Medicated Bath, Circle Therapy, Hot Compress and Enema Therapy. They can draw out toxins from your blood, speed up blood circulation, inhibit kidney inflammation, block blood clotting, regulating the qi flowing through the channels, etc. Space limited, we do not list the herbs in these therapies. If you want to know them, please contact online doctor.

All in all, with systemic treatment, your kidneys can be protected from further damage and then you can live a normal life.

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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