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Will PKD Require Kidney Transplant

2014-07-09 06:21

Will PKD Require Kidney TransplantKidney transplant and dialysis are often required when kidneys fail to work. Relatively speaking, kidney transplant is favored by more kidney failure patients, because it can allow you to go back to a relatively normal life. But it also has many side effects, such as decreasing immune system. PKD is a kind of kidney disease characterized by fluid-filled cysts. Will PKD require kidney transplant?

If you can control the growth of cysts, they won’t damage your kidneys and affect your kidney function. In such case, PKD does not require kidney transplant. But the conventional treatment for PKD is just to control symptoms like high blood pressure. Though it can slow down the progression to kidney failure, it can not stop the growth of cysts. At last, the cysts become bigger and bigger, resulting in the enlargement of kidneys and impairment of kidney function. When kidney failure occurs, kidney transplant is required.

After years of research, we find a systemic treatment for PKD patients, which can protect kidney function and restrain the growth of cysts. We use therapies such as Medicated Bath and Circle Therapy to cleanse toxins from the body to set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is often used to shrink the kidney cysts. It can inhibit the proliferation of renal tubule epithelial cells and the secretion of lining cells so as to stop the growth of cysts. This therapy can also increase the permeability of cyst wall and speed up blood circulation so that fluid can be reabsorbed and discharged with the blood circulation. Because it is also anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and extracellular matrix degradation, the damaged kidneys can gradually regain their ability. As a result, you can avoid dialysis and kidney transplant.

PKD should be treated as early as possible, or when your kidneys are dead, we can do nothing to save it. For more information, please leave a message below or send emails to kidneycares@hotmail.com.

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