Can Polycystic Kidney Disease be Reversed
Polycystic Kidney Disease, also known as PKD, refers to various fluid-filled cysts in the kidneys. And patients with this disorder usually have such a doubt, can it be reversed?
Actually speaking, due to its own characteristics, there is no cure for this life-threatening disease. However, we can still do something to help shrink cysts and delay its progression to renal failure effectively.
In its early stage, the cysts are usually small and asymptomatic. And some doctors may ignore this, frankly speaking, this is not a good idea. Under such condition, they should try to pay much attention to diet and healthy lifestyle, etc. For example, they are suggested to quit drinking and take moderate exercises and so on. If you are interested in this, please consult with our online doctor directly.
As the disorder progresses, the cysts will experience constant growth both in quantities and sizes, and symptoms including high blood pressure, back pain, blood in urine, etc will occur. And in most cases, patients are suggested to take a surgery. Even if it can show quick effects in shrinking cysts, there are also some side effects. Such as, high-recurrence rate and traumas to kidneys.
After the above analysis, we mainly recommend patients with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is an innovation of traditional Chinese medicine, but applied externally. With the help of osmosis devices, the ingredients of the herbs can be permeated into renal lesion via skin.
The herbs can help refrain the secretion of cystic fluid, therefore, the cysts can be shrunk to an ideal size effectively. More importantly, they can help change the internal environment and promote blood circulation, anti-inflammation and providing nutrient substances for the damaged kidneys. After several weeks of treatment, patients can feel much better than before.
If you happen to be a patient with polycystic kidney disease, we hope you can benefit a lot from this article. Remember that the earlier the treatment, the better the results. Any questions, you are welcomed to email us:email@example.com or consult with our online doctor directly.
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