How To Treat Kidneys If the Patients Do Not Want Surgery
Except for kidney cysts, the patients need to take the surgery for dialysis or transplant when the conditions is very serious. But, it is very suffering. And then, how to treat kidneys if the patients do not want surgery?
Why the patients need to take a surgery?
In PKD or kidney cysts, surgery will be done to diminish the cysts in kidney, through it may lead to infection and other problems.
With the development of kidney disease, various of unnecessary things and harmful things will be left in the body, or even the patients will struggle in life threatening symptoms. So, dialysis will be done for keeping life vitals, while transplant is taken for recovering the patients’ detoxification powder.
Is there any alternate to the surgery?
If you do not get an effective way to prevent the surgery, you can try Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has been practiced in treating kidney disease for years, and it shows the great effect on improving renal function. Since it is an external application of Chinese herbal medicines and all the herbs used in it is selected up in term of the patients’ physical situation, the patients do not need to worry about its untoward reactions.
Furthermore, the patients would better to receive a integrated treatment including not only Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, but also Foot Bath Therapy, Moxibustion Therapy, Immunotherapy and / or other Chinese medicines for gaining a better clinical result.
When the kidneys are renovated, the abnormal indexes will approach or be in the standard range, the symptoms or complication will be under the control and the patients can live a high quality life.
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