Creatinine 6.4 with PKD, Is It Curable
There are millions of people with PKD living with high creatinine level. Patients with high creatinine level are bound to experience some poisoning symptoms which decreases patients’ life quality seriously. Thereby, patients are wondering is it curable.
First of all, patients have to understand that polycystic kidney disease is a genetic disorder. Therefore, there is no cure for this kind of disease, what needs patients do is to shrink kidney cysts as small as possible and protect the residual kidney function.
Although surgery treatment is commonly used in shrinking kidney cysts, it is not a perfect treatment to shrink kidney cysts. In fact, surgery treatment just can eliminate the big size of kidney cysts, which makes the small size of kidney cysts left behind in the body. Besides, surgery just can eliminate the cysts outside kidney, it can not eliminate the kidney cysts inside of kidney. From the above mentioned that surgery treatment has its own deficiency, which indicates that surgery treatment is not a perfect treatment to shrink kidney cysts.
As for the problem, many renal experts from Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital worked for years to put forward a natural treatment based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, which is called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
This is a therapy combing with Chinese herbs and advanced equipment. On one hand, it can improve kidney function by promoting blood circulation, dilating blood vessels, regulating blood pressure, delivering sufficient blood and oxygen to the kidneys, so as to repair the diseased inherent cells and kidney tissues. On the other hand, it also can shrink kidney cysts by preventing the active substances in epithelial cells from releasing and promote the excretion of cysts fluid by increasing blood circulation of the surface of kidney cysts. As the kidney cysts shrink, the creatinine level will be reduced naturally and gradually.
If you are interested in this therapy, please send your present condition and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below. Our renal doctor are very glad to help you.
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