How to Slow Down the Progression of FSGS

How to Slow Down the Progression of FSGSSimilar to other progressive kidney disorders, FSGS will develop into kidney failure eventually without effective control. Well then, what can patients do to prevent this phenomenon from happening? Read on and you can find the answer.

FSGS refers to scar tissue that formed in the glomeruli. This disease can occur at any age, and it is more likely to appear in the youth. Experienced experts at our Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital suggest patients take the following measures to control its illness condition:

Healthy diet

A well-balanced diet means a lot for people with nephrotic syndrome. Eating properly can help control the illness condition effectively, while eating wrongly may aggravate the situation to a large degree.

In general, the diet plan can be low-salt, low-protein, balance of potassium and phosphorus, low-fat, high -fiber, etc. However, the personalized diet should be in accordance with the illness condition. For medical help, you can turn to our online doctor directly!

Changes of lifestyle

In daily life, it is necessary to develop healthy living habits, because they are good for patients’ health. For example, they can keep a positive attitude, take moderate exercises, quit drinking and smoking, etc.

Effective treatment

In most cases, patients may be prescribed with some antibiotics, immunosuppressive agents to control the relative symptoms. However, they can do nothing to the damaged glomeruli. Therefore, it is necessary to seek for an effective treatment. Here, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can be a good choice. As a combination of TCM and modern technology, it can not only relive the symptoms but also restore kidney function. For detailed information, you can send us and we are glad to help.

The above tips are mainly on how to delay the progression of FSGS, any follow-up questions, you can leave us message below. Best wishes!

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