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How Much Water Should I Drink for My FSGS

How Much Water Should I Drink for My FSGSWith kidney disease, if you drink a lot of water, it may put extra stress on your kidneys so as to add insult to injury, but if you drink less water, toxins in body can not be discharged out timely so as to retain in body and impair your kidneys. How much water should I drink for my FSGS? After reading this article, you will find out the answer.

-If you do not have obvious swelling, high blood pressure, less urine, enlarged heart and congestive heart failure, water restriction is unnecessary.

-If you have swelling, you can drink 800-1500 ml per day. When swelling fades away, you can return to the normal water consumption per day.

-If your kidney function has been severely damaged and you produce little urine, your water consumption should be urine volume the day before plus 500 cc.

Besides water intake, you should seek treatment aggressively to have a good control of FSGS. Here I suggest a systemic Chinese medicine treatment to you. It is Toxin-Removing Treatment. This therapy is to make use of various Chinese medicine therapies, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Medicated Full Bath, Enema Therapy, Steam Therapy, Circle Therapy and so on to clear toxins and waste products out of renal cells and blood. It can also dilate blood vessels and remove stasis to improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys to provide them with enough oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicine to speed up kidney recovery. Moreover, it can strengthen your immunity to help fight against the disease. After half month’s treatment, associated symptoms, such as high blood pressure, swelling, proteinuria and so on will get relieved. After about one month’s treatment, your disorder will be stabilized. After months’ treatment, your kidney function will improve, and then you do not have so many diet restrictions.

How much water should I drink for my FSGS? It depends on your medical conditions. If you can send a scanned copy of your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com, we can help you analyze it and then give you some suggestions on FSGS healthy living and treatment.

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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