Is Dialysis the Only Treatment for PKD Patient with 13% Kidney Function2016-03-11 14:19
In general, once the PKD patient’s kidney function downs to 15%, the doctor will recommend them to take dialysis. So most of the patients considered that dialysis is the only option for them, but in fact, dialysis is not the only treatment for them.
Is dialysis the only treatment for PKD patient with 13% kidney function?
Actually, the answer is “NO”, as there are other alternative options including kidney transplant, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) therapy. Depending on specific illness condition, patient can choose the most suitable therapeutic method.
Those people who prefer to taking natural remedy are suggested to consider taking Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This therapy can work to stop the growth of renal cysts, shrink the cysts in size, and prevent further decline of renal function.
Why PKD patient should not depend on dialysis?
Unfortunately, the answer is “NO”. This therapy is just a renal replacement treatment. Though it can replace the kidneys’ functions of removing wastes and extra fluid, dialysis does nothing to improve the renal impairment or prevent the continual deterioration of kidney capacity. So, patient will still aggravate continuously.
In order to improve the quality of life and extend the life span, dialysis patients are suggested to take alternative treatment to protect the remaining renal function, shrink the kidney cysts, repair the damaged kidneys and raise the renal function. Only in this way, complete renal failure can be avoided and patients can live a normal, long life with their own kidneys.
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