Treatment for Loss of Appetite in FSGS: Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy
FSGS can affect both children and adults, and nowadays it has become a common cause for kidney failure. With the development of condition, various of symptoms will appear. Here we will talk about the treatment for loss of appetite in FSGS and it is called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
Firstly, patients should know what causes loss of appetite. For FSGS patients, once their renal function is damaged, kidneys cannot work normally. In that case, blood urea nitrogen level increases, and at this time, urease of germ in intestinal tract will decompose urea into ammonia. While ammonia can stimulate gastrointestinal mucous membrane, thus resulting in symptoms including loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting
So, from the information mentioned above, we know that we should reduce the level of blood urea nitrogen if wanting to relieve loss of appetite. And the best way to reduce BUN level is to make kidneys work again.
Take the safety and efficiency into account, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy will be recommended for FSGS patients. It can help patients repair kidney damage and recover renal function through anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, expanding blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing immune complexes out of body, promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells and offering kidneys nutrients. In order to make full use of active materials of medicines, two bags filled with processed Chinese herbal medicines are put under the lower back of patients, osmosis devices helps active materials directly arrive at kidneys through permeating into skin.
FSGS belongs to autoimmune disease, during the whole treatment, we also use oral Chinese herbal medicine to help adjust immune system and enhance the immunity to avoid the relapses of condition effectively.
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