What Does it Mean if I Have BUN 36 with FSGS

What Does it Mean if I Have BUN 36 with FSGSFocal Segmental Glomerulus Sclerosis(FSGS) is a kidney disorder that can damage glomeruli. Then, patients may ask: what does it mean if the BUN level is 36 with FSGS?

First, we should form a basic understanding about BUN.

BUN refers to Blood Urea Nitrogen, it is a major end metabolic product of protein. Normally, BUN can be discharged out of the body via urine. However, in FSGS, due to the glomeruli is injured, the wastes including BUN cannot be filtrated properly, so, massive BUN will accumulate in patients’ blood, so, BUN 36 appears.

So, what does it mean if patients have BUN 36 with FSGS?

Generally speaking, the normal level of BUN is 9-20mg/dl, and 36mg/dl indicates the renal damage has became very severe, and nearly more than 50% kidney function has lost. If controlled not well, the BUN level will rise continuously, if the level reaches to 60mg/dl, the disease has developed into renal failure, in this case, patients have to dialysis to maintain their life.

Then, how to lower high BUN level?

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy 

It is a new method combines traditional Chinese medicine and modern technology and equipment. The core purpose of the method is to improve renal function. The shattered medicines can dilate blood vessels, improve blood circulation, provide essential substances for the damaged kidneys so as to rebuild a normal kidney structure.

After the treatment, the overall physical condition can be improved greatly, some obvious changes can be seen. Such as, the BUN level will decrease and edema can be relieved to some degrees. What’s more, the cost of the method is reasonable, most patients can afford. If you want to learn more info of the therapy, contact with us directly.

After the above analysis, do you get a clear answer about what does it mean if FSGS patients have BUN 36? If you have doubts, send an email to kidneyfight@hotmail.com.


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