Must FSGS Patients Do Kidney Transplant

Must FSGS Patients Do Kidney TransplantWhen condition develops kidney failure, in most countries, dialysis or kidney transplant will be the only choice. Here we will mainly talk about kidney transplant. As a patient with FSGS, please read on, the following content must be helpful.

Must FSGS patients do kidney transplant?

Well, the answer is No. A successful kidney transplant can really help kidney disease patient live for 10, 20 or even longer life, but not every patient can be that lucky. First, waiting for a donor is not that easy, it may take for years, then FSGS has high relapse rate after kidney transplant, and it can even be 50%. We have seen so many cases that patients have already received kidney transplant more than once. In other words, some patients are not suitable for such an operation. In our opinion, as long as patients still have some certain renal function and still can produce urine, kidney transplant will not be a must for kidney disease patients.

How to help FSGS patients avoid kidney transplant?

The only way is to save kidneys by repairing kidney damage and recovering renal function. There are no western medicines can achieve this, but Chinese therapies can. In our hospital, to say it simply, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, foot bath, medicated bath, oral Chinese herbal medicine, enema therapy play the special functions including anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, expanding blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing blood stasis out of body, promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells and offering kidneys nutrients to gradually repair kidney damage and recover renal function. With the recovery of renal function, kidney transplant will naturally be useless. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions, we are glad to help.

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