How to Stop Proteinuria Naturally in FSGS
Proteinuria is the common symptom of FSGS. with the kidney damage, the barrier and filtration functions of renal cells are influenced, so the protein is released with the urine, forming the proteinuria which show as bubbles and foams in urine. With the leaking of protein, the injured renal cells will get further damaged. So how to stop proteinuria naturally is very important for FSGS patients.
Traditionally, patients will be recommended with hormones to inhibit the ultra immune responses and decrease the permeability of blood vessels. However, once patients stop taking these medicine, the protein urine will bother them again for the kidney damage ways, kidney hypoxic-ischemic and deposition of immune complexes, have not been blocked. And the long time use of hormones is not recommended for it can lead to poor immunity and other problems. Whether there is a natural treatment can help patients get rid of protein urine from root.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the special treatment in our hospital. The medicine is applied on the kidney area. The active substances in medicine can expend the blood vessels, promote blood circulation and melt the blood clots to increase the blood perfusion and remit the condition of insufficient blood and oxygen. In addition, the active substances in medicine can absorb and crash the toxins in blood, and the broken matters can be metabolized with the blood circulation, decreasing the other damage and ultra immune responses in kidneys. The the medicine contains nutrition which can help repair the injured renal cells, reversing the kidney function.
When the kidney damages ways are blocked and the injured renal cells are repaired, the proteinuria can be decreased from root. And if you want to know more information about our treatment for FSGS, you can contact our online doctors, leave us messages or send email to email@example.com, we will reply you within 24 hours.
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