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Can Someone Recover Enough from Dialysis to Stop Treatment

2016-08-24 07:46

Can Someone Recover Enough from Dialysis to Stop TreatmentAre you fed up with the long-term dialysis? Do you want to spend your residual life on dialysis? I think most of kidney failure patients will say no. Can someone recover enough from dialysis to stop treatment? Go on reading to learn more information.

If you still have urine output more than 100ml per day and your kidneys are not smaller than 6cm, it is possible for you to recover enough from dialysis to stop treatment. But it is not possible for you to recover in 1-2 months’ treatment. It may take 1-2 years or even 3-4 years treatment. During this long period of treatment, you should cooperate with us. We will help you adjust treatment plan according to the changes of your medical conditions. If you have little urine and your kidneys are very small, you can not get rid of dialysis, but you can promote your living quality.

Alternatives to dialysis for kidney failure patients

In our hospital, Toxin-Removing Treatment is widely used. From its name, you could guess what it can do for you. With kidney failure, a lot of waste products build up in the blood and go into the renal cells to affect their recovery. This therapy can not only eliminate waste products from the blood, but also draw toxins out of the renal cells. Besides, it can dilate blood vessels and remove stasis to increase blood flow and improve blood circulation so that oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicines can go into damaged kidneys to speed up kidney recovery. After about 10-14 days’ treatment in hospital, you could see improvement on your medical conditions, for example, your high blood pressure comes down; your high creatinine level will decrease at least 10%; your proteinuria will reduce; your swelling will disappear; etc. After about 30-45 days’ treatment, your kidney function will increase. Because your kidneys have been severely damaged, you need long-term treatment.

Can someone recover enough from dialysis to stop treatment? It depends on your conditions. If you could send a scanned copy of your medical test report to kidneycares@hotmail.com. We can help you analyze it and then give you an accurate answer.

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