Is Kidney Transplant the Ultimate Choice for PKD Patients2016-07-04 07:42
Kidney transplant is often used as the ultimate treatment for kidney failure patients to prolong life. But is it the ultimate choice for PKD patients?
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PKD is short for Polycystic Kidney Disease. It is a genetic disease, which can pass generation to generation. It is characterized by large and small fluid-filled cysts in the kidneys. Those cysts can cause damage to your kidneys. And with the enlargement of kidneys, they may oppress the other organs around. In such a case, you should do surgery to remove them out of body or do kidney transplant. But if your condition is not that severe, you can take treatment to shrink cysts and stop their growth to protect your kidney function. And then you can avoid kidney transplant.
Kidney transplant is not the ultimate choice for PKD patients.
In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, we usually use Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to treat PKD. This therapy can inhibit the proliferation of renal tubule epithelial cells and stop the secretion of lining cells to cease the growth of cysts. It can also increase the pressure inside and outside of renal cysts and improve microcirculation of blood to help cyst fluid to be taken away from sacs. As a result, kidney cysts become small. But to achieve a better therapeutic effect, Toxin-Removing Treatment is used to together. It can remove waste products from blood. It can also draw toxins out of the renal cells. Besides, it can stabilize blood pressure, lower blood cholesterol and regulate blood sugar level as well as improve blood circulation. In such a good blood environment, it is possible for the damaged kidneys to repair themselves to certain extent and regain their ability. And then you can avoid dialysis and kidney transplant.
Is kidney transplant the ultimate choice for PKD patients? No. If you take treatment as early as possible, you can preserve your kidney function to lead a normal life without dialysis and kidney transplant. For more information on PKD treatment, please leave a message below or send emails to email@example.com. Our nephrologists will try best to help you.
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