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Can Damaged Kidneys Be Removed for FSGS Patients

Can Damaged Kidneys Be Removed for FSGS PatientsFocal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) means some of your glomeruli are scarred so as to affect your kidney function. Without effective treatment, all of your kidneys will totally lose their function. Can damaged kidneys be removed for FSGS patients?

When your kidneys completely fail to work, you can remove the damaged kidneys. But generally speaking, it is unnecessary for you to remove them. Even if you do transplant, it is just to put a healthy kidney into your body, while the damaged ones are still there.

Do you have to do renal transplant with FSGS?

Many patients want to do kidney transplant when kidneys fail to work. Compared with dialysis, kidney transplant is better, because it allows kidney patients to live a better life. But it is not perfect. First, it is difficult to find a suitable kidney. Second, it spends a lot of money. Third, after transplant, you have to take immunosuppressants to prevent your body from rejecting the new kidney in the remaining years, which have many side effects. Fourth, the transplanted kidney can only live for several years. Years later, you may have to do another transplant or do dialysis again.

Alternative treatment for FSGS patients

If you do not want to do transplant with FSGS, you should receive treatment as early as possible to repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. 4M treatment (Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Mai Kang Composition and Medical Soup)+biotherapy can help you a lot. They can decompose the immune complexes deposited in the kidneys to eliminate kidney inflammation. They can also cleanse waste products in the blood to reduce their damage to the kidneys. Besides, they can lower cholesterol level, reduce blood pressure and control blood sugar level to improve blood environment. And they can degrade extracellular matrix to cease kidney fibrosis. Moreover, they can rebuild your kidney structure. After a period of treatment, you can regain your kidney function to certain extent and then you can get rid of dialysis and kidney transplant.

Can damaged kidneys be removed for FSGS patients? It is unnecessary. With the help of online doctor, you can learn more corresponding information about our treatment.

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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