Natural Treatment for FSGS
Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) refers to scar tissue that formed in parts of the filters known as glomeruli. If left untreated, it may progress into renal failure eventually. Therefore, it is necessary to seek for an effective treatment.
In most cases, patients are prescribed with some immunosuppressive agents. And some of them can have a remission after a period of treatment. However, long-term use of these drugs may lead to some complications, such as swelling, obesity, headache and so on. In addition, the disorder may recur easily, which can aggravate loss of kidney function.
For this reason, an effective treatment seems crucial. Then is there a natural remedy for this disorder?
After years of study, doctors at the our Kidney Disease Hospital created a natural remedy named Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
This therapy is derived from traditional Chinese medicine(TCM). And compared with oral administration, it belongs to an external application.
During the treatment, sufferers just need to lie in bed comfortably. If they feel nervous, they can relax themselves by listening to some light music.
As for the herbs, they are all carefully selected and without side effects. What’ s more, the prescriptions are based on various illness conditions. If you are interested in this, please send us your medical report:firstname.lastname@example.org and we will reply you soon.
What are the advantages of this natural remedy?
By dilating blood vessels, promoting blood circulation, suppressing the inflammatory response and providing various nutrients, the impaired renal function will be repaired remarkably. More importantly, it can correct immune dysfunction and enhance immunity. In this way, the high relapse rate can be lowered to a large degree.
If you or your beloved one have been diagnosed with FSGS, we are always here to help. For more information, you are welcomed to consult with our professional online doctor or leave us message below. Best wishes!
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