Renal Failure Life Expectancy without Dialysis
Renal Failure refers to a medical condition in which kidneys fail to work properly, and the renal function is usually less than 15%. In this stage, most of the patients have to undergo dialysis or a kidney transplant to sustain their life. Well then, what is the life expectancy for those people without dialysis?
Honestly speaking, it is really difficult for us to forecast their life span, as the illness condition varies from cases to cases. And some people can live a longer life, while others may die soon. But if they do the following things well, they can have a longer life span.
Effective control of symptoms and complications
Due to huge loss of renal function, more and more waste products and toxins will build up in the blood. Gradually, a series of symptoms will come into being. Such as, swelling, nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, shortness of breath, etc. In addition, it is also related to other complications, such as heart failure, bone diseases. Therefore, it is necessary for patients to bring these discomforts under control. Meanwhile, seeking for medical help is also necessary.
Early detection of various indexes
For people with kidney failure, it is necessary to have their kidneys tested regularly. Such as, the creatinine level, BUN level, blood pressure, blood sugar and so on.
Natural remedy without dialysis
Even if dialysis can help sustain their life, it can not restore kidney function fundamentally. At our center, we recommend patients with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This therapy is not only a plant-based therapy, but also a combination of TCM and modern technology. More importantly, it aims at repairing renal injury and restoring kidney function. When kidneys can work better, sufferers can live a longer life.
If you have been diagnosed with renal failure, we are always here to help. Anything unclear about this topic, you can email us:email@example.com. And we will try our best to help.
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