Is Transplant The Only Option For Me with Creatinine 5 and Urea 1002017-11-07 09:23
Canadian Visitor 10-31 14:21:24
Hi, I am , my creatinine is 5 and blood urea is 100. Potassium, sodium and phosphorus are normal. Urine pass is also normal. No dialysis til date. No BP and Diabetes. Is transplant the only option for me?
kidney-expert 10-31 14:21:41
No. Nowadays, kidney transplant is no long the only measure to kidney disease patients. For you condition, you can choose some natural treatments to recover the kidney function.
Canadian Visitor 10-31 14:22:24
What treatment do you advise?
kidney-expert 10-31 14:22:27
Have you heard about Chinese Medicine?
Canadian Visitor 10-31 14:22:44
No. Can it heal me? What function does it take?
kidney-expert 10-31 14:22:58
To be honest, once the kidney is damaged, there is not way to completely cure the kidneys. What I must tell you is that there are 3 types of renal cells in your kidneys, that are healthy ones, damaged ones and necrotic ones. What we can do for you it to protect the healthy ones and repair the damaged ones step by step. And there's nothing we can do about the necrotic cells.
Canadian Visitor 10-31 14:23:09
Can you example the Chinese medicine?
kidney-expert 10-31 14:23:18
OK. Chinese medicine has developed and practiced in China to diagnosis, treat and prevent illness fundamentally for more than thousands of years. We mainly adopted Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Toxin-Removing Therapy, Cycle Therapy, Foot Bath, Moxibustion, Immunotherapy and other natural treatments to help clear toxins, improve kidney function and dispel discomforts without any obvious side effects. Limited by world here, can I send it to you be e-mail? Besides, which treatment is better for you associated with your illness conditions, please give me your last test reports, if you do not mind.
Canadian Visitor 10-31 14:23:33
OK. I am on behalf of my husband, and I am very tense. Please contact me as soon as possible.
kidney-expert 10-31 14:23:40
Ok, I will communicate with you soon. Have a good day.
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