How to Treat Proteinuria in FSGS
For patients with Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis(FSGS), they are usually detected with proteinuria. Then how to treat proteinuria effectively? Read on and you can find the answer.
In western countries, immunosuppressive medicines are always used to eliminate proteinuria. Even if some patients can respond well, the illness condition can relapse easily. So, it is not always a best choice.
In daily life, the most effective way is to limit the intake of protein. In most cases, patients are suggested to eat 0.8g/kg protein per day. However, as the illness condition varies, the diet plan should be different. For more specific suggestion, you can consult with our online doctor.
In addition, high-quality protein diet is also necessary. Such as, lean meat, milk, egg and so on.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy
Except for the above contents, experts at our Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital point out that the root cause of proteinuria is kidney damage and they provide patients with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
This therapy is a combination of traditional Chinese medicine(TCM) and modern technology. With the help of osmosis device, the active substances of the herbs will be penetrated into the kidney lesion directly.
By dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, providing sufficient blood and oxygen, and providing nutrients for the damaged kidneys. The waste products can be excreted out of the body effectively. Therefore, the relevant symptoms including proteinuria can be remitted to a large extent.
During the treatment, patients just need to lie in bed comfortably. As all the herbs are come from nature, there will not be side effects to the patient’s body. Any interests about the herbal lists, you can email us:firstname.lastname@example.org and our experts will provide you an individualized diet plan.
The above contents are suggestions on how to treat proteinuria in FSGS. Any doubts about this topic, you can leave us message below. Best wishes!
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