How to Treat Itching Skin with PKD After Dialysis2017-04-07 16:11
In many countries, the doctor will suggest the serious PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease) patients to begin dialysis. As the itching skin is a common side effect of dialysis, many patients be troubled a lot with itching skin. So, the patients want to alleviate it. Then, how to treat itching skin with PKD after dialysis?
For the sake of remitting the itching skin, we need to stop the dialysis. But the dialysis is hard to be prevented.
What’s more, the PKD will lead to itching skin. As the cysts are growing up in the kidney, the renal function will become lower and lower. So, the unwanted things will be retained in the body. If these harmful things are gathered on the skin, the patients will be ill with the itching skin.
According to these reasons, what can we do to reduce itching skin with PKD after dialysis?
Do you wonder how Chinese medicine remedies the itching skin with PKD after dialysis?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This external application treatment can repair the cells and tissues of the kidney by the medical bags which are filled with the herbs powder.
Toxin-Removing Therapy. It can help the patients to eliminate the poisons through other ways, later, a rewarding environment will come out, in which the kidney will be protected from further damage and begin to regain.
Acupuncture. While make the needles deeply into the skin on the specific acupoint, the patients will start to recover.
All these treatment can prolong the period of the dialysis, even to avoid the dialysis. When the kidney is restored and the dialysis is quit, the itching skin will fade away, and patients will live a high quality life.
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