Treatment for Stage 3 CKD with 45% Kidney Function
Are there some effective treatments for stage 3 CKD with 45% kidney function? Patients with this disease are eager to know this answer. Then let us have a look at the following contents.
According to the GFR level, CKD can be divided into 5 stages. In stage 3 kidney disease, there is a moderate loss of kidney function. If left alone, it will progress into renal failure eventually. So, it is necessary to seek for an effective treatment.
In stage 3 CKD, a series of symptoms like high blood pressure, swelling, fatigue, loss of appetite, etc will occur. And these discomforts will affect the life quality and accelerate decline of kidney function.
Normally, patients may be prescribed with some medicines like steroid drugs or immunosuppressive drugs to relieve the symptoms. Unfortunately, they can do nothing to restore kidney function.
Here, we recommend people with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is based on TCM, but applied externally. It can not only eliminate the relevant symptoms but also repair renal function.
During the course, patients just need to lie in bed comfortably. Then, with the help of osmosis device, the active substances of the herbs can be penetrated into the kidney lesion directly.
As for the herbs, they are all come from nature and free of side effects. If you are interested in this, please email us your diagnostic report:firstname.lastname@example.org and we will reply you as soon as possible.
Except for this treatment, the role of a balanced diet can not be ignored. In normal, the diet plan can be low-salt, low-protein, low-potassium, high-fiber, etc. However, as the illness condition varies, the specific amount should be different. If you are not clear about this, please consult our online doctor to get a personalized diet list.
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