Could You Need Dialysis If You Have FSGS and GFR 102014-03-28 22:35
A person with FSGS and GFR 10 has progressed into end stage renal disease (ESRD). At this advanced stage of kidney disease, the kidneys have lost nearly all their ability to do their job effectively, and eventually dialysis is needed to live.
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While, how can dialysis help FSGS and GFR 10?
This therapy replaces some of the kidney's function like cleanse the body of wastes (like creatinine, urea, etc) and remove extra fluid. By doing this, patient's symptoms can be relieved.
However, dialysis fails to stop the further progression of kidney disease and improve the renal impairment. Even undergoing this therapy, patients will still develop into fatal complete renal failure.
Is there any way to stop the continual deterioration of FSGS and GFR 10?
Fortunately, the answer is 'YES'. Effective treatment is available to help patients avoid or get rid of dialysis. The option is Blood Pollution Therapy.
As a systematic treatment, Blood Pollution Therapy can work effectively to preserve the residual kidney function, clear up toxins and wastes out of the body, repair the damaged kidneys, and maximally promote GFR level. As long as kidney function can be raised to 15% or above, patients no longer need to undergo dialysis.
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