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FSGS, Creatinine 3.2, Dialysis Once: Will He Be Able to Survive on Medicines

Question: My colleague is suffering from FSGS and got dialysis a week ago for about 6 times. Now the creatinine has come down from 10.6 to 3.2. If the patient had done dialysis once. Will he can be able to survive on medicines for over a period of time?

FSGS, Creatinine 3.2, Dialysis Once: Will He Be Able to Survive on MedicinesAnswer: FSGS is a kind of chronic kidney disease. Nephron is the basic unit of kidney function. With the development of FSGS, nephrons become scarred. The scarred nephrons can not be brought back to life. When your kidney disease develops to end stage, a lot of nephrons have died, so your kidney function declines. And then waste products and toxins build up in the blood. They do not only impair your kidneys further, but also affect the normal function of other systems, such as respiratory system, cardiovascular system and gastrointestinal system so as to threaten your life. Dialysis is a common used kidney replacement treatment for kidney failure. It can remove the waste products and toxins from the blood so as to relieve your body malaise, but it can not repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. When your stop dialysis, those waste builds up in the blood again. Medicines can relieve your symptoms, they can not detoxify the blood. That is why kidney failure patients have to do dialysis after a period of time to cleanse their blood.

If your colleague does not want to do dialysis, he should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. Though those scarred nephrons can not be repaired, there are some inflammatory nephrons which can recover through proper treatment. Blood Pollution Therapy is often used to treat kidney failure in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital. This therapy does not only cleanse waste from the blood, but also remove the stasis adhered to the blood vessels so as to set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. It also supplements the essential nutrients that inflammatory nephrons need to repair themselves. After a period of treatment, they can regain their ability.

Now there is still chance for your colleague to get rid of dialysis. When all the nephrons die, no treatment can help him. For more information, please contact me at igacure@gmail.com or leave a message below.

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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