Stage 5 Kidney Disease And Kidney Transplant, What Should You Know
In many countries, when the condition enters stage 5 kidney disease, the last and the most severe stage of kidney disease, it seems that kidney transplant will be unavoidable. However, is that the truth?
If patients with stage 5 kidney disease have not had urine output for more than 6 months
With the continue loss of kidney function, patients may notice the gradual decrease in their urine volume. If there is no urine output for a long period of time, it means nearly all of the kidney function has been lost and there has no blood flow goes through the kidneys. In that case, kidney transplant will become the best choice, it can help maintain patients’ lives to some extent. A successful kidney transplant is able to make patients live a normal life. As a patient with stage 5 kidney disease, if you have been on transplant list, then good luck. If you have already received one, here is something about Proper Diet after Kidney Transplant for your reference.
If stage 5 kidney disease patients still have some certain urine volume
In that case, kidney transplant may not be the last choice. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy believes that the kidney function still can be recovered as long as there still has the blood flow in kidneys. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is based on Chinese herbal medicines which can play a series of functions the western medicines are unable to achieve. This treatment aims at save kidneys by repairing kidney damage and recovering kidney function. In the clinical, it has already helped so many cases avoid dialysis and kidney transplant. You can not imagine how happy the patients who have hardly any urine are when they see their increased urine volume. Not like the oral Chinese herbal medicines, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is applied externally. Many foreign patients say it just likes Chinese massage, very comfortable.
If you still have some certain urine volume, then you are likely to avoid kidney transplant. If you want to know more and you are also interested in Chinese medicine, you can contact us by one of the following three ways: consult online experts freely; send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org; leave us a message.