What Should I Do For High Urea Nitrogen: Can It Be Reduce In Radically

Hi, doctor, i was diagnosed chronic kidney disease, my urea nitrogen is higher than normal level, what should i do for high urea nitrogen, can it be reduced in radically?

Due to the poor excretion of the kidney, patients commonly are in high urea, the concentration of urea nitrogen in the blood is increased. As a result, urea nitrogen is an important indicator of the normal function of kidney.

Besides, in the early stage of renal insufficiency, blood urea nitrogen did not increase. Only when the glomerular filtration rate dropped to below 50% of normal level, blood urea nitrogen showed abnormal. So once you are in high urea nitrogen means that your kidney function is very low. In this stage, patients not only to reduce high urea nitrogen, but also they need to improve GFR.

Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine develops the natural treatments for kidney disease including: Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated bath, Foot bath, Immunotherapy, Toxins-Removing Treatments, Moxibustion, Acupuncture, Hot Compress Therapy, Circle Therapy, Steam Therapy, Cupping Therapy, etc.

The purpose of systematic treatments are to purify your blood and improve kidney function. Chinese herbal medicines used in the treatments can help clear away toxins stasis including: toxins, excess wastes, excess water, immune complexes, urea and so on, so it will create a good and healthy internal environment, which can stop the damage to kidney again.

Otherwise, chinese herbal medicines can supply enough nutrients and oxygen to damaged kidney, which can increase blood to injured kidney for repairing diseased cells and tissues, so patients are in improved kidney functions and rebuilt kidney structures.

If you want to know more information that you can consult online doctor, or please contact:

Email: kidneyhospital-china@hotmail.com


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