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With the progression of FSGS, it will develop into kidney failure. Normally, kidney damage always accompanied by high creatinine levels. If you are troubled by FSGS with creatinine 5.6, how to avoid kidney failure?
To avoid kidney failure, you should take care of yourself from the following aspects.
Diet management. Proper diet can help control the disease and prevent more kidney damage. You are suggested to consult your kidney doctor or a dietitian for a scientific diet. Normally, you will be recommended to eat a low protein diet and a low sodium diet. High vitamin foods are suggested to eat in order to balance the nutrition and enhance the immunity. For detailed food list, you can ask the online doctor, they will provide you the friendly service.
Healthy lifestyle. A healthy lifestyle will do a lot of good to you. Regular exercise can help increase the immunity and fight against the disease. Besides, if you are a smoker, you should give up smoking for the sake of your health. Moderate drink is beneficial, but if you drink too much, kidneys will bare a lot, which will increase the progression of FSGS.
Natural treatment. The natural treatment aims at repairing the damaged kidney cells and improving kidney function. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the recommended natural treatment. It is developed from the traditional Chinese medicine and it is externally used. The core of this therapy is the Chinese herbs, which will be permeated into kidney lesions by an osmosis device. The herbs have such effects as dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degrading extracellular matrix. The damaged kidney cells can be repaired and kidney function can be improved. So kidney failure can be avoided. If you want to know more about this therapy, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, I will give you a reply as soon as possible.
FSGS with creatinine 5.6 can be well controlled if you follow the above aspects. Kidney failure can be avoided successfully. Any other questions? Leave a message below!
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