Can Diabetic Nephropathy Patients Avoid Dialysis2017-02-28 10:52
Why diabetic nephropathy patients are in need of dialysis? What reasons do cause patients to refuse dialysis? Can diabetic nephropathy patients avoid dialysis?
Here are the factors why the patients have to be on dialysis.
Diabetic nephropathy is a kind of kidney disease, which is aroused by the high blood sugar. As the long-standing high blood sugar injures the renal vessels bit by bit for many years, the kidney is unable to remove the excess water, toxins and wastes produced by the body gradually. As a result, patients will suffer from swelling, weakness, vomiting or any other illness conditions. In order to prolong life and alleviate these discomforts, patients are asked to be on dialysis termly.
Why patients want to find an alternative treatment to dialysis?
It is because dialysis can lead to muscle cramp, nausea, itching skin, etc. In addition, dialysis can not treat patients from the root, it will make the urine volume become less and less. In a word, patients will stay alive with sufferings brought by dialysis.
Can diabetic nephropathy patients avoid dialysis?
Whether patients can take another therapy is based on patients’ sick situations.
Many patients can be treated with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. The therapy is to selected up the herbs and then mill it into powder. Later, the powder will be loaded into two medical bags which are placed on the patients’ Shenshu area. At last, the active material of the medical bags will permeate into body through the skin and enter the kidney to improve the renal self-healing ability. When the kidney is recovered, it is no need for patients to dialysis.
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