Is It Possible for End Stage Kidney Failure Recover Renal Function2017-07-11 15:17
In the circumstance of end stage kidney failure, the patients may have less than 10% renal function left, and they will also undergo dialysis to prolong life. However, is it possible for end stage kidney failure patients recover renal function?
To be honest, except kidney transplant, the renal function can only be increased through repairing the diseased but not necrotic renal cells and tissues for the end stage kidney failure patients. If nearly all cells of the kidney are dead, the patients can not avoid doing kidney transplant.
As a matter of fact, some patients have got rid of dialysis and returned to the normal life, but most of them who start dialysis can extend the period of the dialysis and dispel the discomforts caused by dialysis with natural treatment, herbal medicine and Acupuncture Therapy, as an example.
Herbal medicine contains Toxin-Removing Therapy, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Cycle Therapy and so on. As we all know, there must be lots of various toxins and wastes assembled in the body, which will make the further damage of the kidney and decrease the effects of treating the kidney. So, the patients can take Toxin-Removing Therapy to drive all the unwanted things out of body so as to protect and recover the kidney. Meanwhile, Medicated Bath should be accepted in order to help the patients carry out the poisons and promote the kidney to rebuild. All these treatments have fewer adverse reactions.
When the kidney is restored, the renal function will be added, and the symptoms will be disappeared.
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