Swelling in Patients with FSGS

Swelling in Patients with FSGSFocal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis(FSGS) refers to a primary glomerular disease. As the disorder progresses, a series of symptoms including swelling will occur. In this article, we are going to talk about this symptom.

In general, edema can be found around the eyelids, faces, ankles or the limbs. In some cases, it may spread to the whole body. As it will affect patients’ life quality to some extent, it is necessary for us to find out the causes.

What causes swelling in FSGS?

In normal condition, healthy kidneys can help filter out waste products, excessive fluid and toxins out of the blood. However, among those with FSGS, the impaired kidneys will fail to work normally, and extra fluid will build up in the blood and resulting swelling. In addition, a heavy loss of protein is another cause of edema.

How to alleviate swelling for people with FSGS?

After the above analysis, we can get such a conclusion: the occurrence of swelling has close connection with the damaged kidneys. Therefore, we recommend patients with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.

As a combination of traditional Chinese medicine(TCM) and modern technology, this treatment has aroused more and more attention in recent decades.

By expanding blood vessels and providing nutrient substances for the damaged kidneys, the renal ischemia and anoxic state will be ameliorated to a large degree. Meanwhile, symptoms including swelling will be relived remarkably.

In addition, the intake of fluid and salt should be controlled at a normal range. However, as the illness condition varies, the specific quantity should be different. If you are not clear about this, please consult with our professional online doctor.

Now, we belive you have formed a basic understanding about swelling in FSGS. If you still have any other questions, please send us an email:kidneyfight@hotmail.com for more informations.

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