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Is It Common for FSGS Patients to Have Pain in Back

Question: Hello. My daughter is 11 years old and has been diagnosed with FSGS. Is it common for her to have pain in her back?

Is It Common for FSGS Patients to Have Pain in BackAnswer: FSGS is a disease that attacks the glomeruli causing serious scarring, which leads to permanent kidney damage and even failure. When you feel pain in back, it means your disease is still active, and there is inflammation in kidneys. To relieve the pain, there are many ways. For example, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is to put two herbal bags on shenshu acupoints. When you receive treatment, you just lie on bed. With the help of osmosis devices, active ingredients of medicine can be transported into damaged kidneys to help them recover. This treatment can give you an immediate relief from pain. It can also inhibit kidney inflammation, block blood clotting, dilate blood vessels and degrade extracellular matrix to stop further kidney damage. Therefore, it is worthy a try.

But our goal should not only relieve the pain, but also repair kidney damage and promote kidney function. Besides Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, you can combine other therapies, such as Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Enema Therapy, Steam Therapy, oral Chinese medicine, Mai Kang Mixture, etc. The combined treatment can make the effect better. They can remove massive waste products from body to make internal environment clean for kidney self-healing and other medication application. It can also improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys so as to supply them with enough essential elements such as oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicine to speed up kidney recovery. After a short period of treatment, back pain will disappear. Swelling will vanish. Proteinuria will decrease. High blood pressure will lower. After a long period of treatment, your kidney function will increase, and proteinuria will turn negative.

Is it common for FSGS patients to have pain in back? Yes, it is. If you often have such a symptom, you should be alert, and take treatment as early as possible to prevent further kidney damage. For more information on FSGS treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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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