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What Can Be Done to Improve GFR 23 for FSGS Patients

What Can Be Done to Improve GFR 23 for FSGS PatientsFocal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is a severe kidney disease that cam scar your glomeruli gradually so as to affect their function. We often use Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) to show how well the kidneys are filtering the blood. GFR 23 is obviously lower than the normal range, which indicates that your kidneys are severely damaged and you are in stage 4 CKD. What can be done to improve GFR 23 for FSGS patients?

First, you should find out what causes your FSGS.

For some patients, their FSGS is primary, while for some patients, their FSGS is caused by some other diseases, such as diabetes, Lupus, HIV infection, sickle cell disease, obesity, drug abuse, etc. If your FSGS is caused by other disease, you should control the underlying causes first.

Second, you should set up a healthy lifestyle.

Healthy lifestyle plays an important role in protecting your kidneys and consolidating therapeutic effect. For FSGS patients with GFR 23, they should follow a low protein and low salt diet. They should also do some gentle exercise, such as walking and jogging. Besides, they should have a good rest and avoid overwork. Smoking, drinking alcohol and coffee and some other unhealthy habits should be given up.

Third, you should use a comprehensive treatment for FSGS.

Our kidneys have immense self-healing ability. But we should set up a good blood environment for them. 4M Treatment which includes Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Mai Kang Composition, Medicated Bath and Medicated soup can draw out toxins from the blood and speed up blood circulation to remove stasis. They can also dilate blood vessels to increase blood flow into the kidneys. Moreover, they can degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis and decompose immune complexes deposited in the kidneys to eliminate kidney inflammation. If you can stick 4M treatment for a period of time, you can improve GFR 23 to certain extent and all body malaise associated with FSGS disappear.

The above things are not enough for you to improve GFR 23 with FSGS. If you do not want to do dialysis or kidney transplant, you should take treatment as early as possible. For more information, please feel free to contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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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