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Does Kidney Disease Always Lead to Renal Failure

2016-11-02 06:48

Does Kidney Disease Always Lead to Renal FailureDoes kidney disease always lead to renal failure? Do you want it to develop to renal failure? I think no one want it to happen, right? Then how to prevent it from progression? Go on reading to learn more information.

Not all kidney diseases lead to renal failure.

For some kidney patients, their disease does not develop to failure until they are dead. For some kidney patients, their disease develops quickly so that they have to start dialysis early to maintain their life. In fact, whether it leads to renal failure or not depends on how well you control your disease.

Treatment to help you prevent kidney disease from leading to renal failure

Besides symptomatic treatment, you should set up a good blood environment for the damaged kidneys. When your kidneys fail to work normally, waste products can not be filtered out of the body adequately. Those accumulated waste products may go into the renal cells to impair them. They may also counteract the medicine you use so that whatever medicine you take, it seems not to take effect fully. Therefore, if you want to recover, you should set up a good blood environment. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a good choice for you. It can draw toxins out of the renal cells. It can also expel waste products out of the blood. Moreover, it can dilate blood vessels and remove stasis to improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys to provide them with enough oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicine to speed up kidney recovery. After a short period of treatment, there will be improvement in your symptoms. For example, your high blood pressure will decrease; your swelling will relieve; your proteinuria will reduce; your weakness will disappear, etc. After a long period of treatment, your kidney function will increase. And then it is unnecessary for you to worry about renal failure.

Does kidney disease always lead to renal failure? No, as long as you control your disease well, it does not lead to renal failure, or at least you can prolong the progression to renal failure. For more information on kidney disease treatment, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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High creatinine level is dangerous to a kidney patient

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If you also want to reduce your high creatinine level, please look at this patient's report. When he was just hospitalized in our hospital on Dec 11, 2018,
His creatinine:1028umol/L,
urea: 39.7mmol/L
UA : 513umol/L
After a period of our treatment,
his creatinine:331umol/L, urea:16.1mmol/L
UA :325umol/L on Jan 5, 2019.

His condition was getting better and better. You can also get better.

For a CKD patient, you can choose Chinese medicine treatments to control your condition. your creatinine level can be reduced radically, symptoms can be alleviated and more importantly, your renal function will be improved. In this way, you can stay away from end stage kidney disease and avoid dialysis.

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