Kidney Failure with 19% Kidney Function: Can I Control It without Dialysis2016-06-03 16:43
I am a kidney failure patient and the doctor told me that my kidney function is not good, its 19%. He said it is the time to take dialysis, but i don’t want to take it. I am wondering can i control my disease without dialysis?
As we all know dialysis and transplant are the two common methods of Kidney Failure, but, both of them have many side effects and can not treat the disease from its root. Such as dialysis, it can replace kidney to excrete the toxins and wastes accumulate in the body but can not repair the damaged renal function, at last, the renal will lost function totally. As for transplant it is one of the most effective treatment for kidney failure, but it need a large amount of money, after the operation, patients also need to worry about it, because the new kidney may goes bad again. However, as a kidney failure patient you need not to worry too much, because the experts has invented a new treatment for kidney failure, which is known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
How can Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy control kidney failure with 19% kidney function without dialysis?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, as a new effective therapy in treating Kidney Failure it brings hope to people who are suffering from 19% kidney function. By enlarging vascular, anti-inflammatory, anti-coagulation and anti-thrombosis, it can repair the damaged renal tissues and protect the remaining. With the help of it, the kidney function can get improved, so people can have a better life and have a chance to avoid dialysis or transplant.
If you want to know more details about Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy or want to treat kidney failure without dialysis, you can send email us, we will try our best to help you.
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