TCM Remedy for 41 Years Old with ESRD on Dialysis Three Times a Week
Camille, a 41 years old female from Philippines, has been diagnosed with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) undergoing dialysis three times a week. For better improvements, she came to China for traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) treatments.
Why Come to China:
Camille is from Philippines, and she is currently living in Kuwait. After she got diagnosed with Kidney Failure, she followed her doctor's suggestions and began to undergo dialysis. There is no alternative option in her place.
Unfortunately, while receiving dialysis for three times a week, her disease still got deteriorate over time. She experienced many discomforts like high creatinine 1270 umol/L, difficulty breathing, chest distress at times and decreased urine output. She could not bear these sufferings and decided to try Chinese medicine treatment for better quality of life.
Treatment in China: Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, foot bath, enema, and oral Chinese herb medicine.
Conditions after treatment:
With the help of advanced TCM remedies, Camille's condition got better obviously. After six days hospitalization, the tests result showed her creatinine level has been reduced to 874 umol/L. Urine volume increased to 550 ml/24h. With the relieve of symptoms like shortness of breath, she felt much better.
During the following treatment with TCM remedies, our kidney experts team will work together continuously to help Camille improve better. If you would like to know more about her case, feel free to leave a message in the below or Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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