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How Terrible Is Glomerulosclerosis

When seeing renal biopsy result and finding that glomeruli have become scarred over 50%, many patients become panic and worry about renal failure or uremia. How terrible is glomerulosclerosis? As the kidney gets older, the structure of the...Read More

FSGS: Can I Still Live with Normal Life

Hello. I am diagnosed with FSGS. Can I still live with normal life? When you get to know that you are with an incurable disease, you may have various concerns. This question is just one of them. In this article, we will tell you the answer....Read More

Why Your FSGS Keeps Relapsing

Many of our FSGS patients tell us that before coming to our hospital, they have gone to see a lot of doctors and tried various medicine, but their disease keeps relapsing. Even though the disease gets into remission. Once they catch a cold...Read More

Is FSGS An Autoimmune Disease

Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) describes scarring in the scattered regions of the kidney. Is FSGS an autoimmune disease? FSGS is thought to be an autoimmune disease. To reduce renal inflammation, prednisone and other steroids and...Read More

How Long Does It Take for You to Die from Nephrotic Syndrome Caused by FSGS

Nephrotic Syndrome is a group of clinical manifestations which can be caused by many conditions. One of them is FSGS. How long does it take for you to die from Nephrotic Syndrome Caused by FSGS? People with Nephrotic Syndrome caused by FSGS...Read More

How Long Can I Last with FSGS on Kidneys

FSGS stands for Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis, which means that the glomeruli are scarred partially. Compared with other renal disease, it usually develops quickly into renal failure. How long can I last with FSGS on kidneys? It is clo...Read More

How Do I Know I Have FSGS Kidney Disease

People who have FSGS (focal segmental glomerulosclerosis) often show no signs or symptoms of the disease unless progressive damage to the kidneys severely interferes with their normal function. Well then, how do I know I have the kidney dis...Read More

How Dangerous If I Contract Flu with FSGS

FSGS patients are prone to be attacked by flu or cold due to low immune system. Therefore, patients should pay more attention to their attention to details in daily life. Then, how dangerous if FSGS patients contract flu? FSGS, known as Foc...Read More

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