How to Treat FSGS Effectively

2017-07-03 16:01

How to Treat FSGS Effectively,Toxin-Removing TreatmentFSGS (Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis) is a common factor of causing large amount of Proteinuria, parts of patients will develop into End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) rapidly. How to treat FSGS effectively?

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In FSGS, kidney tissues are damaged and cause lots of wastes build up in the blood. High Creatinine Level appears.

Majority patients want to rely on diet to control the symptoms and reduce high creatinine level. However, it can not repair the damaged kidney tissues, thus although you control the diet carefully, high creatinine level, proteinuria, swelling, etc also will appear again.

The most effective therapy to reduce high creatinine level and treat FSGS is to improve renal function. Toxin-Removing Treatment is recommended, which can cleanse blood to protect kidney from further damage. It is based on TCM that is healthy and safe for patients including adults and children. With the improved kidney function, high creatinine level would lower back to normal range and Kidney Dialysis may be avoided naturally.

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