Is There Any Possible for Me to Remit Proteinuria with FSGSThis article was provided by doctor zhengfalei 2017-06-12 15:28
Good evening, sir. I have been diagnosed as FSGS. And I can not get rid of the proteinuria. Is there any possible for me to remit proteinuria with FSGS?
In the situation of FSGS (Focal Segmental Glomerulus Sclerosis), some glomeruli of the kidney is damaged. The glomeruli are the major places to filter the blood and to remove the unwanted things as urine. And thus, the protect can not be prevented from leaking and be taken back immediately. So that, the protein will appear in the urine.
Hence, how to treat proteinuria for FSGS patients?
Toxin-Removing Therapy can alleviate the proteinuria. It is created by Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine to drive out all the harmful substances of body. With Toxin-Removing Therapy, the kidney will be stopped from injuring and begin to recover due to the effects of Micro-Chinese Medicine in the cleaned and salutary internal environment.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an external application treatment. In the treatment, the unique herbs will be selected up in the term of the patients’ present illness cases. After that, the herbs will be ground into powder and loaded into two medical bags. When the treatment is started, the active materials of the two medical bags which are placed at the patients’ Shenshu area will permeate into the body and get into the kidney to extend the blood vessels, accelerate the blood circulation, repair the diseased renal inherent cells with less side effects.
When the kidney is restored, the proteinuria will be remitted, and the patient will live a high quality life.
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