Kidney Failure with Creatinine Level 9.8: Is Dialysis the Only Choice2016-12-20 11:54
I have got kidney disease sevaral years ago and now my creatinine level is 9.8, the doctor recommend dialysis but i don’t want to take it. Please tell me is there any other choice for me?
In fact, for kidney failure patient who are in this condition they have some other options except dialysis. But they should take the alternative treatment timely, otherwise they will suffer more pains. You know after the creatinine level up to 9.8, many symptoms and complications will occur, without timely treatment the patients will experience more and more pains.
Is dialysis better for kidney failure patient?
Dialysis as one of the common treatment of kidney failure it can help patient live better by relieving those symptoms of kidney failure, however, long-terms of dialysis also will bring many side-effect. So if the patient can get some other treatment, we don’t recommend them to take dialysis.
What treatment can help kidney failure patient live a quality life without dialysis?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can help kidney failure patient live better without dialysis by improving the kidney function.
You know, this treatment is an innovation of traditional Chinese Herb Medicine, it has generated all the advantages of the TCM, that is to say, it can treat kidney disease without making further damage to the kidneys.
In one word, for kidney failure patient with creatinine level 9.8 they can get a chance to live a quality life without taking dialysis if they can get this treatment timely.
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