High Blood Pressure in FSGS: Cause and Treatment
High blood pressure is the common complication of FSGS. Accompanied with high blood pressure, patients would suffer from symptoms such as dizziness, headache, palpitation, nausea and vomiting and so on. In addition, high blood pressure also can accumulate the process of renal fibrosis. The severe pains also urge patients to know the cause and treatment.
The cause of high blood pressure in FSGS:
Kidney ischemia hypoxia can stimulate the renin-angiotensin secretion, narrowing the blood vessels and leading to high blood pressure.
The treatment for high blood pressure in FSGS:
Traditional hypotensive drugs often be used, however, the long time use of medicine can lower the treatment effect; and the low blood pressure can lead to blood insufficient of heart, brain, kidney, causing further kidney damage to patients; taking hypotensive drugs over and over times is bad for human body. So FSGS patients really need a natural treatment to lower their blood pressure.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the special treatment in China. The active substances in medicine has function of expending blood vessels, promoting blood circulation and removing blood clots, so that the high blood pressure can be remitted. In addition, with the accumulated blood blow and increased blood perfusion in kidney, the kidney ischemia hypoxia can be solved and ultra immune responses in kidneys also can be decreased, which plays an important role in getting rid of high blood pressure from root. Moreover, the active substances in medicine also can clean the wastes in blood, decreasing the formation of blood clots and blocking the tissues damages ways.
All in all, only when the kidney function is improved, the high blood pressure can be cured. And now if you want to know more information about treatment for FSGS, you can contact our online doctors, leave us messages or send email to email@example.com, we will reply you within 24 hours.
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