Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is a disease that attacks the glomeruli causing serious scarring which leads to permanent kidney damage and even failure. Is there any way to stop the destruction of kidneys with FSGS? After reading this article, you will find out the answer.
How does FSGS cause kidney damage?
On the scarring area of glomeruli, there usually deposits immune complexes. Those immune complexes cause kidney inflammation, which over time lead to scarring.
Toxin-Removing Treatment helps you stop the destruction of kidneys.
Steroids and immune complexes can help you inhibit kidney inflammation and prevent further kidney damage, but they can not clear those immune complexes. When you taper the medicines, it is very likely for kidney inflammation to flare up again. That is why it is difficult for you to get a permanent control of the disease.
Toxin-Removing Treatment can help decompose the deposited immune complexes and remove the cycling immune complexes in the blood out of body so as to reduce kidney inflammation. It can also expel other waste products out via your urine, bowel movement and skin pores to make a clean internal environment for kidney self-healing and other medicine application. Besides, it can improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys to speed up kidney recovery.
After about 7-10 days’ treatment, swelling, high blood pressure, anemia and so on will get relieved. After about 30-45 days’ treatment, your urine protein will reduce, and your kidney condition will be enhanced. After a long period of treatment, your whole body will become harmonious and balanced. And then you can avoid the relapse of FSGS effectively, and stop the destruction of kidneys.
Is there any way to stop the destruction of my kidneys with FSGS? Yes, there is, but the precondition is that you should cooperate with our treatment. If you can leave a detailed information on your medical condition or send a scanned copy of your medical test report to email@example.com, we can refer our renal experts to help you analyze your case and then give you detailed information on treatment suggestions.