Can Stage 4 CKD Be Reversed

Can Stage 4 CKD Be ReversedAccording to the GFR level, CKD can be divided into 5 stages. In stage 4 CKD, more than 70% kidney function has lost. Without effective control, patients have to undergo dialysis or a kidney transplant to sustain their life. Well then, can it be reversed?

Frankly speaking, it is really hard for us to reply an accurate answer, as the illness condition varies from cases to cases. However, accompanied with effective treatment, not only the symptoms will be relieved remarkably but also the residual renal function can be restored to some extent.

As mentioned above, we can realize that the kidneys have been damaged seriously. Here, experts at Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital suggest patients with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.

As a combination of traditional Chinese medicine(TCM) and advanced technology, the herbs of this treatment can be penetrated into kidney lesions via skin directly. In addition, the herbs are mainly come from nature, so patients do not need to worry about its adverse effects. If you are interested in this, please send us your diagnostic and we are glad to provide you a personalized list within 48 hours.

During the course, if the suffers feel boring, they can also listen to some music to relax themselves, which is very comfortable.

By dilating blood vessels, supplying enough blood and oxygen, anti-inflammation, providing nutrient substances for the damaged kidneys, the goal of eliminating symptoms and restoring kidney function can be achieved.

Except for the above therapy, a proper diet, healthy lifestyle, etc are also helpful during the whole treatment. For more detailed suggestion, you can consult with our online doctor directly.

If you have been diagnosed with stage 4 CKD, we are always here to help. Anything unclear, you are welcomed to leave us message below. Good luck!


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