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Due to Overweight Can Not be Candidate of Kidney Transplant What to do

2014-09-16 11:06

Due to Overweight Can Not be Candidate of Kidney Transplant What to do  My brother has dialysis 3 times a week and is very uncommunicative about his health situation. He is 55 years old, has told us he needs a kidney and liver transplant but is not a candidate because he is overweight. He gets sick from eating often. It causes vomiting, diarrhea and this past week he ended up agreeing to go to the emergency room because he was having shortness of breath and even thought he was having chest pains. If he can not take the operation what should we do ?

This is a message from my email (if you have other questions, you also can send it to me), for this situation we can help him by Chinese Herb Medicine.

As we all know Kidney Transplant is one of the common cure methods of Kidney Failure, it can help people to avoid dialysis-another common ways to cure this disease. But not all the people can have a chance to take the operation, even you have enough money. If you can not meet the demand of transplant, you will can not be listed in the candidate, just as we mentioned at the begging, he is due to overweight. In this situation, people need to consider another ways to solve this problem. Fortunately, experts have invented a series unique therapies based on Traditional Chinese Herb Medicine which can help people to avoid dialysis and transplant. It can improve the kidney functions by repairing the damaged kidney tissues and protect the remaining ones. For his brother’s condition, it is the best choices.

If you or the people around you are/is the patient due to overweight or other reasons can not be the candidate of Kidney Failure, you can contact our online doctor or leave messages to us, we will try our best to help you.

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