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Fatigue in FSGS: Cause and Management

Fatigue in FSGS: Cause and ManagementFatigue can happen to FSGS patients and it really influence the life quality of patients a lot. The severe pain also urges patients to know the cause and management for fatigue in FSGS.

The cause of fatigue in FSGS:

Fatigue in FSGS is most often caused by anemia-a shortage of oxygen-carrying red blood cells. Apart from fatigue, other symptoms of anemia can include: headaches, dizziness, pale skin, feeling cold all the time, trouble concentrating, etc. Fatigue and weakness can undoubtedly make the body to be attacked more easily, which is bad for the prognosis of FSGS.

The management for fatigue in FSGS:

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is based on Chinese herbal medicines, but used externally. FSGS patients just need to lie on the bed to take it. Through extending blood vessels, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, not only fatigue in FSGS can be relieved, also the ischemia and anoxic state in kidneys can be improved.

With the improved kidney function, the secretion of EPO also get more. So the anemia also can be remitted and the fatigue and other symptoms caused by anemia also can be cured from root.

Now if you want to know more information about the cause and management for fatigue in FSGS or are interested in our treatment, you can contact our online doctors, leave us messages or send email to kidneyhospitalabroad@hotmail.com, we will reply you within 24 hours.

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