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How Do You Manage FSGS

How Do You Manage FSGSFSGS is a kind of severe kidney disease that can scar your glomeruli so as to affect their ability to filter waste products. How do you manage FSGS? I think many patients want to know the answer. In this article, let’s have a brief look. If you want to know more information, please contact online doctor.

To manage FSGS very well, you should set about from many aspects.

-Follow a renal-friendly diet

What you eat and drink affects your health severely. For example, if you often eat food high in salt, it is likely for you to have high blood pressure. For FSGS patients, they should follow a renal-friendly diet, such as low protein diet, low salt diet, high vitamin diet, etc, which depends on their medical condition.

-Strike a proper balance between work and rest

If your state of illness is stabilized, you can still work, but you should avoid overwork, because overwork decreases your immune system and calls proteinuria and some other symptoms back. In the daily, you can also do some gentle exercise to improve your physical condition. After work and exercise, you should have a good rest.

-Prevent infections

With FSGS, your immune system becomes weak. And the use of immunosuppressants will further weaken your immune system. In such case, it is likely for you to have infections. Infections is a contributor to relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome. Therefore, you should take good care of yourself to prevent infections.

-Receive treatment aggressively

Treatment for FSGS should not only include western medicine, because they have so many side effects if used for long-term. Chinese medicine can counteract the side effects of western medicine and help them to be used to the most, so you can have a try at the combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine. In TCM, there is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Circle Therapy, Steam Therapy, Enema Therapy, Acupuncture and Moxibustion and so on. They are all helpful in promoting kidney function.

How do you manage FSGS? Hope the above information can help you manage FSGS very well so as to keep kidney failure away. If you still have any question, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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