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What Can Be Done to Help FSGS

What Can Be Done to Help FSGSFocal Segmental Glomerulonephritis (FSGS) is a very severe kidney disease, because as long as the glomeruli scar, no treatment can save them. What can be done to help FSGS? Now let’s have a quick look.

Renal-friendly diet helps slow down the progression of FSGS.

FSGS is a chronic kidney disease. In the long run, medication treatment is not enough, you should follow a renal-friendly diet to consolidate clinical therapeutic efficacy. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine theory, diet is the best medicine for disease. If you have proteinuria, you should control the intake of protein. If you have high blood pressure and edema, you should limit the intake of sodium. If your blood potassium level is high, you should limit the intake of food high in potassium, such as bananas. All in all, you should eat according to your medical condition.

Moderate exercise helps you protect the kidneys.

With FSGS, you may feel very weak, which may make you want to stay in bed all the day. FSGS patients indeed need a good rest, but it does not mean you should avoid exercise. Moderate gentle exercise helps you a lot, for example, it helps you control blood pressure, reduce cholesterol levels, strengthen immune system, boost energy, etc.

Traditional Chinese Medicine helps regain kidney function.

Compared with western medicine, TCM has few side effects. Therefore, it is more suitable for chronic disease. In TCM, there are many therapies, such as medicated bath, circle therapy, enema therapy, hot compress therapy, steam therapy, etc. Some of them can draw out toxins from the blood. Some of them can dilate blood vessels and remove stasis. Some can block blood clotting. All in all, those therapies will help you set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing.

Biotherapy revives your kidneys.

Though those scarred glomeruli can not be revived, you can use biotherapy or stem cell therapy to inject stem cells into your body. Those stem cells can differentiate into kidney tissues and help the damaged ones to work.

What can be done to help FSGS? If you would like to know more information about this topic, please leave a message or send emails to igacure@gmai.com.

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