Can Polycystic Kidney Disease be Cured

Can Polycystic Kidney Disease be CuredAs as life-threatening disease, Polycystic Kidney Disease affects about 12.5 million people around the world, which accounts for 5-10% ESRD. Then, can PKD be cured?

Basic information about PKD

PKD is a genetic disease and it’s featured by numerous fluid-filled cysts in the kidneys. For this reason, there is no such a therapy that can cure this disorder.

In the early stages, they are usually small in sizes. With time, the cysts will grow bigger and bigger, as a result, the enlarged cysts will oppress the nearby kidney tissues and cause decline of kidney function. In this case, a series of symptoms including high blood pressure, back pain, hematuria, etc will appear.

Are there some effective treatments?

Good news are nephrologists at Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital have created such an effective therapy, named Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.

On the one hand, it focus on different sizes of cysts. On the other hand, it can improve kidney function radically. Compared with surgeries, the efficacy usually takes for a longer time, but it will not bring any side effects to the body.

By increasing the permeability of cystic walls, promoting blood circulation, and providing active substances for the impaired kidneys, the cystic fluid will flow into urine eventually. More importantly, it can help ameliorate the internal environment and restore kidney function.

Herbal medicine Some herbal medicines are also beneficial, such as, asiatic plantain, lalang grass rhizome, etc, as they can help increase the permeability of cystic walls. After a period of treatment, patients can feel their condition is alleviated. However, the herbal medicine should also be in accordance with specific condition. Any interests, you can email us the test and we will reply you within 2 business days.

As long as the condition is controlled well, patients can expect to live a longer and meaningful life with PKD. Anything unclear, you can click the Live Contact directly.


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