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Is Kidney Transplant a Good Option for Membranous Nephropathy

2014-01-20 16:43

Membranous nephropathy is associated with a bad prognosis. Many patients will develop kidney failure eventually. Up to now, kidney transplant has been considered the preferred treatment option for patients. Is kidney transplant a good option for people with membranous nephropathy?

Kidney transplant is a procedure in which the diseased kidney is replaced with a healthy one. If the transplant is done successfully, the patients will be able to return to a normal life. However, they may still suffer from a large number of complications like kidney rejection, cancer, sudden failure of the new kidney etc. So kidney transplant is not a perfect treatment option for people with Kidney Failure.

What’s more, in membranous nephropathy, the disease has 10-30% chance to return to the new kidney. Generally, recurrence of the disease will occur in the first 2 years after transplant. In the traditional western medicine, there is no a specific treatment for the recurred membranous nephropathy except immunosuppressive drugs.

Fortunately, kidney transplant is not the only treatment option for membranous nephropathy. If the native kidney function can be improved, the patients will not need transplant.

How to restore the impaired kidney structure? Blood Purification and Micro-Chinese Medicines Osmotherapy are the recommended treatment options for people with kidney failure in membranous nephropathy.

Blood purification can eliminate the immune complexes and metabolic waste products from blood. On one hand, it can stop further immune damage to kidneys. On the other hand, it can create a favorable internal environment for the application of Micro-Chinese Medicines Osmotherapy.

Micro-Chinese Medicines Osmotherapy can activate the self-healing system of the body. When the impaired nephrons are repaired, renal function will be improved fundamentally and remarkably. In this case, the patients with membranous nephropathy will not need kidney transplant.

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