Can I Live Healthy With Polycystic Kidney Disease
Polycystic kidney disease(PKD) is a genetic disorder in clinic, it is difficult to treat from the root. Well, can i live healthy with PKD?
The disease is characterized by various cysts, with the time, these cysts will increase both in numbers and sizes, eventually, increased cysts will oppress the surrounding tissues and cells, cause the decline of renal function. In this case, patients will experience a series of signs and complications, such as, high creatinine level, swelling, protein in urine, low back pain and so on.
So, can i live healthy with the disease?
The answer is yes. As long as cysts can be shrink, it is possible to improve kidney function, and patients can live healthy with the disease. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an effective method in Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital, it is used externally and based on traditional Chinese medicine, with the aid of osmosis device, the shattered medicine can be penetrated into kidney lesions directly.
Mostly, by restraining the proliferation of inner cells, reducing the secretion of cystic fluid, cysts can be shrink obviously. Once cysts won’t increase, renal damage can be stopped, so the symptoms and complications can be relieved, it is possible to live healthy.
The personalized method has saved more than 600 foreign patients from 64 countries due to the enormous clinical effects. By now, more and more patients are coming to China for the effective way. If you have interest in the method, contact with us by sending to: firstname.lastname@example.org, we will provide more info for you.
In addition, the effects will be more obvious if PKD patients have a healthy diet. They should limit the intake of salt strictly, avoid processed foods, can foods, pickles and so on. Because too much salt can injury blood vessels, cause high blood pressure. They should also keep a diet of low-fat and low-protein so as to decrease the burden of failed kidneys.
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