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How to Preserve the Remaining Kidney Function with FSGS

How to Preserve the Remaining Kidney Function with FSGSFSGS can lead to glomerulosclerosis so as to make the glomeruli gradually lose their function. As long as the glomeruli are scarred, no treatment can revive them. What we can do is to preserve the remaining kidney function so as to keep kidney failure away. How to preserve the remaining kidney function with FSGS? If you have the similar doubt, go on reading you will get the answer. With the help of online doctor, you can get the answer directly.

First we should know what scars the glomeruli.

Through immunofluorescence examination, we can see that in the scarred area of glomeruli there deposit many immune complexes, such as IgM, C3, C1q, etc. These immune complexes are usually produced when your body secretes antibodies to resist the invading bacteria and virus. In the early stage, they may just cause kidney inflammation. Long-term inflammation can scar the kidneys.

Treatment to help you preserve the remaining kidney function with FSGS

The treatment for FSGS should contain many aspects.

-You should block the inflammatory reaction in the kidneys.

-You should cleanse the cycling immune complexes in the blood and decompose the deposited immune complexes in the kidney so as to prevent kidney inflammation

-You should reinforce your innate immune system so that bacteria and virus can not enter your body. And then there won’t too many immune complexes to be produced.

-It is also necessary for you to increase your kidneys’ tolerance to the immune complexes so that even if immune complexes are trapped in the kidneys, they won’t cause kidney inflammation easily.

The first goal can be achieved through western medicine such as steroids and immunosuppressants. If you want to achieve all the goals, you should take advantage of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The combination of western medicine and TCM can make your damaged kidneys regain their ability gradually. And it can also help you preserve the remaining kidney function.

How to preserve the remaining kidney function with FSGS? The above information is very general. If you would like to acquire some personalized treatment suggestion, you can leave your basic medical condition in the blow. After analyzing your cases, we will reply you.

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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