Is Cyclosporine Good for FSGS Patient2015-11-30 16:04
Is Cyclosporine good for FSGS patient? Cyclosporine is a powerful immunosuppressive drug prescribed by doctors to some people with FSGS. It is available as a capsule, oral solution or a solution that is delivered into the vein. However, it also will bring some side effects while relieving the symptoms of this disease.
Is Cyclosporine good for FSGS patient?
Actually, the use of cyclosporine can damage the kidneys, or even resulting in Kidney Failure. Damage is more likely if the kidneys are compromised by other medicines. Besides, this drug may have other side effect as below:
Immune system compromise. This medication inhibits the activity of the immune system and leaves the patient more prone to infection, like influenza, the common cold, and skin infections. The risk for certain cancers, such as lung cancer will also increase.
High blood pressure. This is a common adverse effect, and will lead to stroke and organ damage.
Other side effects of taking cyclosporine may also include liver damage, seizure, gum growth, elevated potassium level, etc. To minimize these harmful effects, it is essential to follow the doctors' advice.
In addition, alternative natural treatments for FSGS are available to help patients treat this kidney disorder fundamentally with no much side effect. Treatments such as Immunotherapy and Blood Pollution Therapy are the best ones, they can not only relieve the symptoms of kidney disease but also stop its progression and restore the kidney function.
With the help of those treatments, the progression of FSGS can be delayed or reversed, so that patient can live a quality life without dialysis or renal transplant. If you want to know more details about them or want to control your disease well, you can send email to us or leave message below, we will try our best to help you.
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