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What Is The Connection Between A Severe Rash and 30% Kidney Function

Posted:by mengmeng  Time:2016-03-17 10:16

Topics: Ask the doctor CKD Treatment

Details: I want to know if there is a connection between having a severe rash and 30% use of kidneys. This rash causes the strong need to scratch it. It keeps me awake at night. This is a really terrible thing.

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With 30% kidney function, it indicates that you are already in stage 3 kidney disease. Your kidneys have been moderately damaged. Healthy kidneys help to discharge wastes out of your body while damaged kidneys fail to do this job properly. In this condition, waste build-up in the body can cause severe itching, especially of the legs. It affects your sleep quality and keeps you awake at night.

Thus, severe rash has a close connection with 30% kidney function. That is to say, decline of kidney function can lead to severe rash. If you want to treat skin rash, you need to improve your kidney function.

How to improve renal function?

In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, China, we mainly use special Chinese medicine treatments to repair kidney damage and recover kidney function. In this way, it is possible for you to avoid dialysis.

Take the following two for example:

1. Medicated Foot Bath

Medicated foot bath is one of our external applications. It can improve blood circulation and thus relieve renal anoxia and renal hypoxia state. Foot Bath is done before you sleep at night. Put your both feet into the foot tub with medicinal decoction. The temperature increases from 37 centigrade to 40 centigrade. With the increase of temperature, the medicines will enter into your body through your foot cortex. Medicated foot bath can help discharge some toxins and wastes out of your body with smooth blood circulation. Skin rash can be alleviated effectively.

2. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a brand new treatment of traditional Chinese medicine. It is used externally. You lie on bed to take this treatment. Two medicated bags are put on your lower back. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy repairs kidney damage and improves renal function through anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation of extracellular matrix and dilation of blood vessels. When your kidney function is improved, wastes will be discharged out of your body effectively. Then skin rash will be controlled well. However, this therapy is only available in China. If foreign patients have interest in this therapy, they have to come to China for treatment.

Skin rash is closely related to your declined kidney function. You have to improve your own kidney function to solve this problem. Any question, you can leave a message below or add my whatsapp number +8618330110929.

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