How to Reverse Moderate Kidney Damage and Prevent Kidney Failure2014-11-18 17:19
How to reverse moderate kidney damage and prevent kidney failure ? Generally, Chronic Kidney Disease may fall into Kidney Failure without good control. But that is not absolutely, if you are a person with moderate kidney damage and can get proper treatment, you may have a chance to reverse it.
Chronic kidney disease means that your kidneys are not working as well as they used to, there are many reasons can can cause it. Severity can vary but most cases are mild or moderate, if it occur in older people, it may not cause symptoms and progress to kidney failure.
You are unlikely to feel unwell or have symptoms with mild-to-moderate (stages 1 to 3) CKD. However, there may be symptoms of an underlying condition such as kidney pain with certain kidney conditions. CKD is usually diagnosed by the estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) test before any symptoms develop.
How to reverse moderate kidney damage and prevent kidney failure ?
Actually, if you can reverse moderate kidney damage timely that can help to prevent kidney failure. As we all know all the kidney problem is caused by kidney disorder, so the key point to reverse kidney damage is to find a proper treatment.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a relatively new treatment for chronic kidney disease which has been proved in clinic to be effective and convenient. It can eliminate symptoms such as high blood pressure, swelling, proteinuria, hematuria; control complications such as lowering the risk of heart problems. What is more important, it can help repair renal damages so as to block the process of renal fibrosis and gradually restore kidney functions.
That is to say Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmothrapy can reverse moderate kidney damage and prevent kidney failure by improving kidney function. If you have other questions or need any help, just contact our online doctor or leave messages to us, we will try out best to help you.
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