Stage 5 Kidney Disease to Stop Dialysis: What to Expect

stop dialysis, stage 5 kidney diseaseStage 5 kidney disease is the last stage of CKD, and it is also called ESRD. However, some patients on this stage choose to stop dialysis, then what should be expected after that?

Dialysis can really help stage 5 kidney disease patients prolong life expectancy through replacing some kidneys’ function to remove some toxins and wastes out of body. However, more and more ESRD patients choose to stop dialysis treatment due to various of reasons, such as dialysis cost, various dialysis problems and so on. Everything in this world can be a double-edged sword, and dialysis treatment is no exception.

We will not deny that dialysis can be very helpful sometimes, but we must also admit that it cannot treat kidney failure from the root. We are here helping every stage 5 kidney disease patients avoid or stop dialysis with proper treatment.

But, dialysis should not be stopped immediately, it is a process. For dialysis patients, if they stop the treatment immediately, then it may be very dangerous and fatal.

Then, how do we help dialysis patients? Dialysis patients can also be treated with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and other Chinese therapies. These therapies help gradually repair kidney damage and recover renal function through anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, expanding blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing blood stasis and immune complexes out of body, offering kidneys nutrients and promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells.

So, dialysis can be stopped gradually, while the only way is to save kidneys through repairing kidney damage and recovering renal function. As a dialysis patient, if you want to stop it, remember that we are here helping you achieve this with Chinese therapies.


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