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Can Renal Failure with Proteinuria Refuse Dialysis

2017-06-08 17:57

Can Renal Failure with Proteinuria Refuse DialysisRenal failure refers to a medical situation in which the kidney has lost its function to remove the unwanted things. In this case, the kidney also can not protect the protein from leaking. And the protein will appear in urine. So, how to teat renal failure with proteinuria?

Dialysis is a traditional treatment to help the renal failure patients reduce proteinuria. But the dialysis can lead to itching skin, weakness, poor appetite and other adverse reactions. What is more, dialysis will lower the renal function rather than stopping the kidney damage. Therefore, more and more renal failure patients with proteinuria wonder whether they can refuse dialysis.

As a matter of fact, if the poisons which should be eliminated by the healthy kidney is excluded, or the renal function is recovered, the symptoms will fade away, and the renal failure patients can avoid dialysis.

What treatment can help the renal failure patients with proteinuria expect for dialysis?

Toxin-Removing Therapy can be an alternative treatment to dialysis as it is aimed at cleaning up all the toxins deposited in the body. Compared with dialysis, Toxin-Removing Therapy can prevent the kidney from injuring and create a rewarding setting for the kidney to get well.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can help the renal function patients improve the renal function externally and safely. It will make use of the herbs from nature to extend the blood vessels, dispel the blood stasis and promote the blood circulation. As a result, the damaged renal cells and tissues will be repaired effectively and gradually.

When the kidney is restored, the proteinuria will be remitted, and the patients can have a better life without dialysis.

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