If we leave out other factors which can cause protein in urine, then the protein in urine can be a common symptom of FSGS. It can present foamy urine or bubbles in urine. Generally speaking, healthy people can keep protein from leaking out of the body through glomerular filtering function and kidney tubule's reabsorbing function.See more
IgA nephropathy, also known as Berger's disease, is caused by the deposition of immune globulins in glomerular mesangial area. It is a kidney disease which easily hits children and teenagers. The best diet plan for IgA Nephropathy can not only help improve patients' life quality, but also has high influences on improving the outcome of treatments of this disease.See more
Question: I am a FSGS sufferer and I have been on prednisone for 5 years. I never had experienced hair loss before but this time I experience an abnormal hair loss. Is the hair loss because of my medicine? Thanks in advance!See more
Question: Recently I am diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy. My creatinine level was 4.5. At present doctor suggested tablet to control blood pressure and strict food control. Creatinine levels came down to 3.5. Can creatinine level further come down?See more
Pomegranate is considered to be a kind of healthy food, which can help your body in more ways than one. Is pomegranate good for Nephrotic Syndrome patients? After reading this article, you will find the answer. If you have any other questions about Nephrotic Syndrome, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.See more
Question: I am a patient of Nephrotic Syndrome Suffering from 2011. And I am also a type 2 Diabetic patient. Kindly let me know the diet. Thanks.See more
What can you do to prolong the life of your kidneys with IgA Nephropathy? You should inhibit renal inflammation, eliminate IgA immune complexes from thSee more
Can IgA Nephropathy cause death? Patients often have such a worry. Generally speaking, its prognosis vary greatly due to different clinical manifestatiSee more
IgA Nephropathy is the most common glomerulonephritis and occurs more in young adults. The results of renal biopsy range from grade 1 to grade 5, and tSee more
Question: I got IgA kidney disease. My eGFR was 40% in 2009, and got improved to 60% in 2017, but decreases function rapidly to 28% this month. How canSee more
Question: Hello. I was diagnosed with CKD in 2005. Latest biopsy suggested FSGS. My GFR is 25 and I will be referred to a transplant program at 20. CanSee more
What if diuretics do not help with leg and feet swelling for FSGS patients? There are many factors that affect the effect of diuretics. First of all, ySee more
Dialysis and kidney transplant are the two commonly used kidney replacement treatments for kidney failure patients. Which one is better? For FSGS patieSee more
Question: Hi, sir. I have a son whose age is 14 years old. He has FSGS and his kidney is functioning 34%. Is there any possibility of recovery for hisSee more
With Nephrotic Syndrome, you may be suggested not to drink alcohol. Can alcohol exacerbate Nephrotic Syndrome? Read on to learn more information. 1. AlSee more
Nephrotic Syndrome can cause heavy swelling. How do you remove fluid from your kidneys with Nephrotic Syndrome? Read on to learn more information. ForSee more
Membranous Nephropathy is a slowly progressed kidney disease, which is often manifested as Nephrotic Syndrome. In this article, lets take a look at theSee more
The treatment of Nephrotic Syndrome is dominated by immunosuppressants, including steroids, but those medications have a lot of side effects, which canSee more
TCM provides natural therapies to manage patients a better kidney condition.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has been applied in clinic for 27 years.
Dialysis takes over a portion of the function of the failing kidneys to remove the fluid and waste.
Kidney transplant can take over the function of the failing kidneys.
Biotherapy can help your body to make enough new healthy kidney cells and improve kidney functions.
Immunotherapy helps rebuild immune system and prevent the relapse of kidney disease.
Serve as doctor in Jiu Quan Hospital, Gansu Province, 1978~1981 Serve as Chief Doctor in Peking Union Medical College Hospital, 1982~1988 Study for doctor's degree in Antell University, Belgium
During more than 40-years work, he has made outstanding achievement in clinical treatment of IgA Nephropathy, and formed his own unique set of medical theories and treatment method.
Doc. Jia is the member of CMA (Chinese Medical Association). Through Dr. Jia's 10 years of clinical experience, he made a larger scale of research on FSGS and diabetes.
Doc. Zhao is professor of internal medicine and servers as the chief of division of the center for kidney disease treatment.