Why Does Arm Swelling Occur In FSGS

FSGS Symptoms, FSGS Treatment, Chinese Medicines Swelling is a common complication in Focal Segmental Glomerularsclerosis (FSGS). Swelling can occur in face, hands, arms, legs and feet, etc. Well, how does swelling occur in FSGS?

Each kidney is made up of approximately one million tiny filters called “glomeruli”. When glomeruli become damaged or scarred, proteins begin leaking into the urine. On one hand, proteinuria occurs and on the other hand, swelling occurs as well.

What is the treatment for swelling in FSGS?

Diuretics and low salt diet help to control edema.

Maintain a healthy diet: correct amounts of protein and fluid intake. A healthy diet includes low salt with emphasis on fruits and vegetables, low in saturated fat and cholesterol. A low salt diet can help with swelling.

The radical treatment is to repair kidney damage and improve renal function with a systematic Chinese Medicine Treatment including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Medicinal Soup, Mai Kang Mixture, Steaming Therapy and Enema Therapy, etc. We first test you and then our expert will give you a treatment plan. Our Chinese medicine treatments first draw out toxins and wastes from your body. This can give you a clean blood environment. Then Chinese medicines can enter kidney lesion directly to repair kidney damage and improve renal function through dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, preventing inflammation and coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix and providing nutrients. Usually after 2 weeks of treatment, symptoms like swelling, proteinuria and back pain can disappear. After 3-4 weeks, renal function can be improved and kidney damage can be repaired. In this way, FSGS can be treated radically.

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***Please seek professional medical advise for the diagnosis or treatment of any ailment, disease or medical condition. This article is not intended to be a substitute for the advice of a licensed medical professional.***

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