How Long Can I Live If I Refuse Dialysis2017-05-26 11:26
Due to the sufferings caused by dialysis, many patients wonder how long they can live if they refuse dialysis. As a matter of fact, there are many factors influencing the time that the patients can live. You can contact the Online Doctor or add whatsapp / viber / wechat +8618395615012 for free and detailed information directly.
As a matter of fact, in many countries, when the creatinine level reaches up to 5.2, the renal doctor will recommend the patients doing dialysis. But in that time, many patients may not have serious symptoms and they are not in sore need of dialysis. Also, the patients who are in the varieties of illness conditions have different lengths of life.
In addition, there are Chinese Medicines can help the patients in China. According to the clinical records, the Chinese medicines including Oral Chinese Medicine Therapy, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Toxin-Removing Therapy, Acupuncture Therapy, Immunotherapy and so on are able to drive out the poisons, enhance the human immunity, strengthen the kidney self-cure ability, etc. And thus, the damaged but not necrotic renal inherent cells will be repaired, the unwanted things will be removed, the discomforts will be alleviated, and the patients can live a better life.
In the meanwhile, a well-planed diet and living-style can slow down the damage of the kidney and take a important role in urge the kidney to recover. Whether you take treatments or not, no matter what treatments you accepted, the healthy diet and living habit are rewarding for you to live longer.
When the kidney is restored, the patients can stay alive for a long time.
If you want to gain any information about the treatments, diets or symptoms of the patients who are in need of dialysis, please leave a message below or send your lab test result to us. We will analyze your physical situations and do our best to help you.
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