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How Can I Retain My Kidney Function for A Longer Time with FSGS

How Can I Retain My Kidney Function for A Longer Time with FSGSI think no one want to do dialysis or kidney transplant. The longer time you retain your kidney function, the more time you can put off dialysis and kidney transplant. Therefore, how can I retain my kidney function for a longer time with FSGS?

Let’s learn more information about FSGS first.

For FSGS patients, their declined kidney function is associated with IgG, C3 and some other immune complexes depositing in the kidneys. In order to cleanse them, your body launches immune inflammatory reaction to them. Short-term inflammation is beneficial, but long-term inflammation scars glomeruli, leading to glomerulosclerosis.

How to retain kidney function for a longer time with FSGS?

-You should block the abnormal inflammatory reaction in the kidneys. Steroids and immunosuppressants can help you achieve this goal.

-You should cleanse immune complexes from the blood and decompose the deposited immune complexes. Immune absorption and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can help you.

-You should strengthen your inherent immunity so that bacteria and flu can not invade into your body easily so as to reduce the production of immune complexes. Mai Kang Composition is beneficial.

-You should promote blood circulation to remove blood stasis so that blood can flow into the kidneys. Medicated Bath, Steam Therapy, Acupuncture and Moxibustion are good choice for you.

-You should increase the kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes so as to prevent kidney inflammation. Long-term treatment with those referred therapies is helpful.

If you want to achieve a good curative effect, you should combine the above aspects together. Besides medication treatment, you should pay attention to diet, exercise and other healthy lifestyle. A comprehensive treatment can help you retain kidney function as long as possible.

How can I retain my kidney function for a longer time with FSGS? We can not stop FSGS from developing to kidney failure, but we can slow down its progression. With the help of online doctor, you can learn more corresponding information.

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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