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Can I Avoid Dialysis with Kidney Function 16% and FSGS

Can I Avoid Dialysis with Kidney Function 16% and FSGSCan I avoid dialysis with kidney function 16 % and FSGS? When your kidney function is only 16%, you may have a lot of body malaise, such as nausea, vomiting, headache, severe swelling, etc. In such case, you may have to prepare for dialysis. Only in this way can you cleanse waste products from the blood to relieve body malaise. But as we all know, dialysis is not perfect. Sometimes its disadvantages outweigh its advantages. That is why many patients many to avoid dialysis.

Now your kidney function is 16%. That means 16 % kidney tissues are still working. Among the 16% kidney tissues, there are intact ones as well as inflammatory ones. The inflammatory ones can promote their function with proper treatment. Because in this stage the main problem is the waste products in the blood, we should cleanse them first, otherwise they will cause further damage to your kidneys and other body systems, such as cardiovascular system and respiratory system.

Blood Pollution Therapy is to solve kidney problems by detoxifying the blood. In blood pollution therapy, there are many blood purification therapies, such as circle therapy, enema therapy, medicated bath, immune absorption, plasma exchange, etc. They can not expel waste products from the blood, but also remove stasis that adhere to the blood vessels. And then enough blood can flow to the kidneys. A good blood environment is also good for kidney self-healing. After blood detoxification, we will do blood test to examine the elements in blood and then supplement the deficiency ones. When the damaged kidneys get enough nutrients, they speed up their recovery. After a period of treatment, you can regain some kidney function so that dialysis is not a necessity.

Can I avoid dialysis with kidney function 16% and FSGS? Of course, you can. And the earlier you receive treatment, the more kidney function you can regain and the more possibility you can stay away from dialysis. For more information, please contact online doctor 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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