Question: Hi, I have been diagnosed with FSGS from November last year from Saturday. I have been having terrible pain in the side where they did the biopsy, feels swollen and tender to the touch. What can I take for this?
Answer: Renal biopsy is a medical procedure used to extract kidney tissue for laboratory analysis. But it has many side effects.
About 60-90% of patients will have it. Under normal circumstance, it is so slight that, it does not cause any clinical symptoms. And in 1-2 weeks, it will be absorbed. But in some cases, it can cause back pain or tender. You can do ultrasound test or X-ray examination to conform and then conservative treatment can be adopted.
About 15-19% of patients will have arterio-venous fistula, but most of the patients do not symptoms. The typical symptoms are severe blood urine or perirenal hematoma, resistant hypertension, progressive heart failure, back pain and so on. To make a clear diagnosis, you can do renal angiography. For most patients, in 3-30 months, it will get into remission spontaneously. But for some patients, they have to do surgery promptly.
Now what you should do is to do some tests to check out what on earth causes your discomfort and then take corresponding measures to relieve it. Besides, you should take some treatment to repair kidney damage and improve kidney function. Here we recommend Toxin-Removing Treatment. It can cleanse the blood, improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys. In such a good blood environment, the damaged kidneys can heal themselves to certain extent. And then all associated symptoms will get greatly improved.
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