Kidney Failure Patient Started Dialysis for a While Can I Get Rid of It2015-07-02 16:24
I am a kidney failure patient and started dialysis on the 25 October last year, i also have hypertention for over a year, not feeling any discomfort and no swelling. I want to know if there is a chance for me to get rid of dialysis ?
I think you have not dialysis till 25 October, so for now, you still have chance to avoid dialysis. You know that if you start to do dialysis, it is hard to stop dialysis. And for now, you have not any discomforts such as hard breath, short breath, serious swelling and pulmonary edema. So you should not to accept dialysis for now. As a kidney failure patient, as long as you can take the proper treatment timely you will catch the treating chance, thus to avoid dialysis.
But for your case, you’ve take dialysis for a while, so the key point now is to find an alternative therapy to help you get rid of dialysis.
The Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as one of the innovation of traditional Chinese Medicine it has been proved to be with great effectiveness in improving the blood circulation and kidney function.
The active material of the Chinese herbs can combine with the immune complex, split them and discharge them out of body. Besides, the Chinese medicine can dilate the blood vessels, improve blood circulation and increase the blood flow in the kidneys, so the immune complex and extra cellular matrix that caused renal fibrosis in the picture can be discharged out.
In addition, it is helpful for regulating the innate immune system and supplement blood and qi so as to reactivate the self renewal of the damaged kidney cells and promote the improving of kidney function.
With the help of this therapy, kidney failure patients just like you can get a chance to get rid of dialysis. If you have other questions or need any help in treating kidney failure, you can leave message to us, we will try our best to help you.
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