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Is FSGS Related to Hypertension

Is FSGS Related to HypertensionHypertension is a common clinical manifestation of FSGS. Is FSGS related to hypertension? Read on to find out the answer.

In some cases, FSGS can cause high blood pressure.

Kidney is an organ to help regulate blood pressure. When kidney is not able to work normally, high blood pressure often occurs. That is why most kidney patients have hypertension especially when they have kidney failure. Besides, massive water retention can also lead to hypertension.

High blood pressure can make FSGS worse.

Kidney is a cluster of capillaries. When blood pressure increases in those capillaries, it will speed up glomerulosclerosis so as to make your kidney condition worse. It can also increase your risk of cardiovascular disease so as to threaten your life.

How to treat hypertension for FSGS patients?

It is necessary for you to bring your high blood pressure down. In western medicine, the most commonly used medications are ACEI or ARBs. In some cases, CCBs and diuretics are used.

The above medicines are helpful, but if you can not restore your renal function to regulate the blood pressure, you can not get a permanent control of the disease. Here we recommend you to try Toxin-Removing Treatment, which is also known as Detoxification Therapy. It is a systemic Chinese medicine treatment, which includes Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Mai Kang Mixture, etc.

This treatment can help remove toxins and extra fluid out of body, and improve blood circulation to make internal environment good for kidney self-healing and other medication application. It can also use targeted treatment for the removal of renal inflammation to prevent the disease from developing further. After about one week’s treatment, swelling will disappear. After about half month’s treatment, high blood pressure will come down, and proteinuria will reduce. After about one month’s treatment, your FSGS will be under control, and all associated symptoms will be relieved.

Is FSGS related to hypertension? Now you have a clear mind. If your current treatment can not help you control your illness condition, you can try the above referred Detoxification Therapy. For more information on this 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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