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How Long Does It Take for FSGS Patients to Go from Stage 4 to ESRD

How Long Does It Take for FSGS Patients to Go from Stage 4 to ESRDFSGS is a disease characterized by scarring in the part of the kidney that filters blood. With the continuous scarring of glomeruli, your kidney function will decline. How long does it take for FSGS patients to go from stage 4 to ESRD? After reading this article, you will find out the answer.

There is not a definite answer to this question, because different FSGS patients have different medical conditions even though they are in the same stage. Generally speaking, as long as you cooperate with our treatment, it is possible for you to prolong the progression to ESRD as long as possible.

How to treat FSGS well?

Your doctors may prescribe you steroids, diuretics, ACEI, ARBs, anticoagulants, statin and so on to help you control symptoms and complications. They are helpful, but it is only temporary medical relief. Once you stop the medications, those symptoms will come back.

In our hospital, those western medicine are only used as adjuvant treatment, while Chinese medicine therapies are used as main treatment. The most commonly used systemic Chinese medicine treatment is Toxin-Removing Treatment. It can eliminate waste products from body to make internal environment clean for kidney self-healing and other medication application. It can also activate blood circulation to remove stasis so as to increase blood flow into damaged kidneys to provide them with enough oxygen, nutrients, active ingredients of medicine and so on to speed up kidney recovery. Besides, it can adjust the abnormal immune system and strengthen your immunity to help fight against the disease. After a short period of treatment, symptoms such as proteinuria, high blood pressure, anemia, weakness and so on will get relieved. After a long period of treatment, your kidney function will increase gradually. And then you can prevent it from progressing further.

How long does it take for FSGS patients to go from stage 4 to ESRD? It depends on how well you control the disease. If you can not find out an effective treatment in the local, welcome to our hospital for treatment. Now you can leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com to get in touch with our renal doctors.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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