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Can FSGS Be Reversed at Early Stage

Can FSGS Be Reversed at Early StageFor some patients, when they are diagnosed with FSGS, it is still in the early stage. Can FSGS be reversed at early stage? Go on reading to get the answer.

First, you should find out what causes your FSGS.

FSGS most frequently occurs without a cause. In such case, it is called primary FSGS. But sometimes, some other diseases can cause FSGS, such as diabetes, lupus, HIV infection, sickle cell disease, glomerulonephritis, etc. In such case, it is called secondary FSGS. If your FSGS is secondary, you should eliminate those underlying disease first.

Besides eliminate the underlying causes of FSGS, it is necessary for you to take treatment to improve kidney function.

The reason why your glomeruli are scarred is that IgM, C3, C1q and some other immune complexes deposit in the kidneys. At the early, they may just cause kidney inflammation. But over time kidney inflammation will impair your kidney function.

Where does those immune complexes come from? Our human body has two immune systems, namely innate immune system and adaptive immune system. If your innate immune system is very weak, bacteria and virus can easily enter your body. In such case, your adaptive immune system is activated to secrete antibodies to resist them. And then a lot of immune complexes are produced. With blood circulation, those immune complexes go into kidneys and deposit, leading to inflammation.

From the above, we can see that if you want to improve kidney function, you should strengthen innate immune system to prevent bacteria and virus entering your body. You should also cleanse the cycling immune complexes and deposited in the kidneys. Moreover, you should eliminate the inflammation in the kidneys. 4M treatment (Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Mai Kang Composition and Medical Soup) can help you achieve all the goals.

Can FSGS be reversed at early stage? Yes, of course. The earlier you receive treatment, the more kidney function you can preserve, and the more possible for you to lead a normal life. For more information, please leave a message or contact online doctor.

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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