How Many Times Can My Kid Stop Dialysis

How Many Times Can My Kid Stop DialysisVisitor: Hi. One of my kid is suffering from kidney disease and has a serum creatinine of 8.5. She is only 11 years old.

Doctor: Hello, glad to help. Has she started dialysis?

Visitor: She is in hospital and they have planned the dialysis for tomorrow morning. But I heard dialysis is painful, is it right? And how many times can she stop dialysis?

Doctor: Yes, dialysis can lead to too many sufferings and it can not lead to any cure for kidney disease, but we can not deny its good state in saving kidney failure patients. As for stopping dialysis, it depends on her illness conditions. However, most patients with such a high creatinine at 8.5 need to take it life long until a transplantation is done. I can give you some alternative treatments to help her. Now, I need to realize her illness condition more. Does she has any other symptoms? like foamy urine, swelling, blood urine, anemia, itching, etc?

Visitor: Her face is completely swollen now. She went through blood injecting a week ago as she was low in blood. Can you give me the name of the treatment? I have sent her medical reports to your e-mail.

Doctor: Ok, got it. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath Therapy, Acupuncture, Steaming Therapy and other natural ways can be effective to not only lower the creatinine level and filter the blood, but also improve renal function in safety. I need some time to analysis and then give you some suggestion about diets as well as treatments. You know, these must be made according to her situation. And limited by words here, I would like to give the treatment plan to you be e-mail.

Visitor: Alright. When would I have you reply?

Doctor: No more than 24h. Here is my contact information: Whatsapp / Phone: +8618395615012, E-mail: You can call me at anytime.


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