“Dr, I am a FSGS patient with gout and High Creatinine in blood. How do I treat this condition?” This message is from our mail box email@example.com. For this problem, we recommend you Toxin-Removing Treatment.
Gout is a painful disease that occurs when uric acid, a normal waste product, builds up in the blood and forms crystals in the joints. Uric acid is mainly filtered by kidneys. For FSGS patients, they suffer from damages in glomeruli, and then they will get low renal function, which can lead to high uric acid level in blood, thus can lead to gout at last.
Similar with high uric acid, the creatinine is also waste products in blood, which is excreted by kidneys. In general, when kidneys are damaged more than 50%, they will get high creatinine level. So the high serum creatinine is often regarded as a severe and dangerous sign for FSGS patients. It means there is less than 50% kidney function left or patients.
This therapy is a natural and healthy treatment for FSGS patient which contains series of Chinese treatments, including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath Therapy, Medicated Bath Therapy, Enema Therapy, etc.
It can repair damaged kidney tissues and cells, improve kidney function and regulate immunity through cleansing blood, dilating blood vessels, preventing inflammation and coagulation and providing nutrients and oxygen to kidney. Through systemic treatment, FSGS can be prevented and high creatinine and gout be avoided gradually with the improved kidney function.
Toxin-Removing Treatment is effective for FSGS with gout and high creatinine level. If you want to know more details about this treatment, please leave message below or consult ONLINE DOCTOR for free. Have a nice day!
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