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Is It Possible for FSGS Patients with Creatinine 5.83 to Avoid Dialysis

Is It Possible for FSGS Patients with Creatinine 5.83 to Avoid DialysisWhen creatinine is more than 5, dialysis should be taken into consideration to filter waste from the blood. Is it possible for FSGS patients with creatinine 5.83 to avoid dialysis? In the following, you will find the answer.

Because the damaged kidneys can not function well, these waste builds up in the blood. If you can not remove them as early as possible, they will affect the other organs and even threaten your life. Besides dialysis, there are many ways to help you to purify the blood, such as plasma exchange, immune absorption, blood perfusion, continuous dynamic vein hemofiltration, etc. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are also therapies to help you draw out toxins from the body, such as medicated bath, foot bath, circle therapy and enema therapy. But that is not enough. Only when you improve kidney function can your body filter these waste and avoid dialysis. Here is a systemic treatment. Hope it can help you.

The systemic treatment includes oral Chinese medicine like Mai Kang Mixture and medicated soup and external therapies like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Foot Bath. Sometimes biotherapy is needed to rebuild the kidney structure.

-Mai Kang Mixture is a Chinese patent medicine.

-Medicated soup is extracted from herbs.

-Foot Bath is to immerse feet into the medicated soup. There are many acupoints and skin pores on the feet, through which both toxins and active ingredients of herbs can go into or out of the body.

-Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is to penetrate micronized Chinese herbs into the kidneys through shen shu acupoints by osmosis devices.

-Biotherapy is to inject stem cells into the body.

With systemic treatment, the kidney inflammation can be inhibited, blood circulation is improved and kidney fibrosis can be stopped. And then you will find that your urine output increases, cold limbs becomes warm, poor appetite also improves and you feel more energetic. Moreover, all the indicators of kidney function such as creatinine, BUN and GFR will gradually come to normal.

From the above, we can see that it is possible for FSGS patients with creatinine 5.83 to avoid dialysis. For more information, please contact online doctor.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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