Fabry's Disease Treatment
Treatment for Fabry's disease includes medications for pain and medications that block the deposition of toxic chemical in the blood vessels. Treatment usually involves pain management, and the management of skin and gastrointestinal symptoms.
Treatment for Fabry's disease includes:
- Enzyme replacement therapy for Fabry's disease:
- Medication for pain:
- A kidney diet may be recommended for those with evidence of kidney disease
- Diet should be low in protein and sodium
- Encourage fluids with physical activity
- Avoid exposure to extreme temperatures
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