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When diagnosed with FSGS, I am sure one of patients’ concerned questions for is that “can it be cured?” because it has a direct and close relationship with life expectancy. Are you interested in the answer? Now, let’s have a look at the passage.
FSGS, short for focal segmental glomerular sclerosis is an illness condition in which glomeruli in renal cortex are scarred for some reasons. In the conditions, the damaged kidneys are unable to discharge extra wastes and toxins from the body effectively. As we all know, glomerular filtration rate is one reliable indicator to reflect your kidney function. What’s more, according to GFR, kidney disease is divided into five stages. Generally speaking, the lower GFR level is, the more advanced kidney damage will be.
For the question “can FSGS be cured”, although I’d like to give your answer “ Yes, it can be cured”, I can not. As there is no cure for any kidney diseases including FSGS as of now. For the question “can FSGS be reversed at the early stage?”, it is hard to give your a specific answer. Because it can be affected by many factors like age, physical status, attitude, symptoms or complications and your treatment options. However, please do not be negative and lose your confidence, here we will recommend systemic and comprehensive as well as natural treatment which can improve renal function and guarantee a better life for FSGS patients.
On the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the external application of micro-Chinese medicine has been created and widely used for relieving symptoms and improving renal functions. Through expanding blood vessels, improving blood circulation, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, providing nutritions to damaged kidney and promoting DNA self-replication of damaged inherent cells, glomerular damage can be repaired and kidney function will be gradually recovered. Based on these therapeutic effects, if treatment can combine with Immunotherapy, the effect will be more obviously. To know more natural treatment, please be free to contact our Online Doctors or leave a message in the form below or email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to help you!