How Can A Kidney Dialysis Patient Cast Off Foamy Urine2017-07-26 15:51
Foamy urine is a most common symptom of kidney disease. When the patients have foamy urine during the period of doing dialysis, what should we do? And how can a kidney dialysis patient cast off foamy urine?
For dialysis patients, if foamy urine appears, the patients can not take any medicines to reduce it as the dialysis can eject the active materials of the medicines in the blood. Therefore, what treatment can help the dialysis patients to treat foamy urine?
Toxin-Removing Therapy has a special effect on dispelling foamy urine. And Toxin-Removing Therapy can replace dialysis to eliminate the deposited toxins and wastes from body. Moreover, it can help the patients to stop the kidney damage and clean up a internal environment for the kidney to recover.
Additionally, the patients are also in need of a treatment to increase the renal function. Only when the kidney action is recovered, can the patients refuse dialysis.
However, can we rebuilt the renal function apart from kidney transplant?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can take a good effect on repairing the damaged but not necrotic renal cells and tissues naturally. It can take a better impact in the surrounding created by the Toxin-Removing Therapy. So that, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy usually be applied in combination with Toxin-Removing Therapy.
As a matter of fact, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an external application treatment in which the patients will be treated by the medical bags placed at the patients’ Shenshu area. What is more, the herbs used in the treatment is decided on the basis of the patients’ correct illness conditions. Therefore, it has no obvious adverse reactions.
When the kidney is restored, the toxins and wastes will be excluded, the foamy urine will be remitted, and the patients can live a better life with out dialysis.
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