How Long Can I Live with Diabetic Nephropathy2017-02-18 15:19
For diabetes patients, once they are diagnosed with kidney disease, they wonder how long they can live with diabetic nephropathy?
Diabetic nephropathy is a complication of diabetes. When the kidneys have been badly damaged by the long-standing blood sugar, it is called diabetic nephropathy. Patients may have hypertension, swelling, anemia or any other symptoms as a result of the condition in which the kidney is unable to work well as it should do. So, patients who are suffered from these illnesses want to know what can help them.
Dialysis can help patients prolong life by removing the harmful things. Due to dialysis complications such as vomiting, muscle cramp, itching skin and so on, more and more patients hope there is an alternative treatment to dialysis.
Kidney transplant is not a good therapy options for diabetic patients because it is hard for their wounds to heal. And the trauma makes patients be infected easily. That is to say, diabetic patients have a high risk to a operation.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a Chinese Medicine which uses the special herbs. The herbs powder will be loaded into two medical bags which are applied on the patients’ Shenshu area. Thus the active material of the medical bags will be put into body through the skin and enter the kidney. Then the kidney will be recovered by extending the blood vessels, dissolving the blood stasis, promoting the blood circulation and strengthen the renal self-cure ability. Therefore, the unnecessary things will be eliminated from the body by urine. Hence, patients can live a better life and stay longer.
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