“I have early focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS). What medicine can I take and what will happen?” If you have the similar condition, this article may be helpful for you.
What medicine can you take with early FSGS?
In early stage of FSGS, you still have most of your renal function. As long as you take treatment actively, you can prevent further kidney damage. Steroids are the first line treatment and for many adults and they get an early remission with the steroids. But sometimes FSGS patients may be steroid-resistant. In such a case, you may combine it with immunosuppressants. Besides, you may need some other medications, such as diuretics, anti-hypertensives and so on to control your symptoms. If you would like to choose natural treatment, Toxin-Removing Treatment is a good choice for you. This is a systemic treatment, which includes 9 therapies. Those therapies work together to eliminate waste products and extra fluid from body to make internal environment clean. They can also dilate blood vessels and remove stasis to improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into kidneys so that essential elements can be transported into nidus to speed up kidney recovery. Moreover, they can reduce renal inflammation and control the disease from getting worse. This treatment can help eradicate proteinuria, hematuria and edema.
What will happen with early FSGS?
The outcome is variable, and you will need to ask your specialist how things are likely to be in your case. The possibility are:
1. It may continue unchanged for many years, requiring only regular check-ups with blood tests.
2. It may go away on its own in some cases.
3. If there is fluid retention with ankle swelling, this may get worse.
4. In some cases kidney failure develops, leading to the question of dialysis or transplantation.
What medicine can I take and what will happen with early FSGS? Now you get the answer. For more information on FSGS, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.