With the progression of FSGS, your GFR will become lower and lower. What causes a decreased glomerular filtration rate (GFR) for FSGS patients? Go on reading, you will acquire the answer.
-Overactive renal inflammation
It is the main cause of kidney damage for FSGS patients. Short-term inflammation is helpful for you to eliminate deposited immune complexes from kidneys, but long-term inflammation will impair your kidneys. Therefore, you should block abnormal renal inflammation.
-Deposition of immune complexes
For FSGS patients, renal inflammation is caused by deposition of immune complexes. If you do not clear them away, they will cause renal inflammation now and then. And then it is likely for your GFR to decrease. Immune absorption can help cleanse immune complexes from the blood. And you can also use Chinese medicine to decompose the deposited immune complexes and remove them out of the body.
-High blood pressure
FSGS can cause high blood pressure. Without good control of high blood pressure, it will cause damage to your kidneys or even your heart to threaten your life. Conventional treatment is to use ACEI or ARBs to stabilize your blood pressure.
It is a common symptom of FSGS, which can speed up glomerulosclerosis so as to affect your GFR. If you have such a symptom, you can try steroids or immunosuppressants. If they are not effective, you can also try Chinese medicine therapies, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which can help you repair kidney damage and improve kidney function so as to reduce protein leakage.
In addition, unhealthy lifestyle, strenuous exercises, tiredness and so on may add insult to injury too.
What causes a decreased glomerular filtration rate for FSGS patients? Now you get the answer. What you should do is to prevent further kidney damage and promote your GFR as high as possible to stay away from kidney failure. For more information on FSGS treatment, please leave a message below or send emails to email@example.com. Later our nephrologist on duty will contact you to give you personalized guidance on treatment.