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Can Person with FSGS Drink Alcohol

Can Person with FSGS Drink AlcoholDrinking alcohol is preferred by any people is daily life especially the young. They think drinking some alcohol is popular and healthy to human body. But if you are diagnosed with FSGS, can you drink alcohol?

Generally, FSGS is a king of kidney disease characterized with damage of glomerular. Patients with this disease can usually suffer from a decreased GFR. Therefore, the kidneys will fail to filter blood as normal and a lot of wastes will be likely to build up in body. If not well controlled, it will be easy to develop into Kidney Failure. In most cases, when you are attacked by this disease, your doctor may suggest you’ d better not drink alcohol for alcohol can increase the burden of kidneys and aggravate kidney damage.

Although more than 90% of the alcohol is metabolized by the liver, long-term drinking can also affect kidney function. It can increase the secretion of protein in body and lead to heave proteinuria. Also, during the decomposition of the alcohol, the volume of BUN can also be increased and increase the burden of kidneys.

Besides, if you usually drink alcohol, anemia, malnutrition and gastrointestinal disease can also happen. These will be obstacles of the treatment and contribute to bad prognosis.

Therefore, in order to keep healthy, you should not drink alcohol when you have FSGS. Moreover, some strong tea, carbonated drink, coffee and so on are also not recommended. It is better for you to eat a mild and nutritious diet in daily.

In a word, drinking alcohol can not only increase renal burden but also aggravate the progression of kidney disease. If you suffer from FSGS, you should give up drinking and treat it timely. Have any question? Please feel free to consult our online doctor or leave a message below.

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