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What Is The Treatment To Prevent Kidney Failure From Starting Dialysis

What Is The Treatment To Prevent Kidney Failure From Starting DialysisI am a kidney failure patient. I need to start treatment at once to prevent starting dialysis. Can your hospital help me?

This is a question from our mail box chinakidneytherapy@gmail.com. As we all know, dialysis is the common treatment for patients with renal failure. It can alleviate some symptoms like swelling and high creatinine level to some extent. However, after a period of treatment, your condition may relapse again because dialysis is unable to recover renal function. That is, your symptoms are just temporarily relieved. If you want to prevent starting dialysis, you need to repair your injured kidney tissues and improve your renal function. Only in this way can you avoid dialysis. Well then, how to improve your kidney function?

In China, our hospital-Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital recommends a systematic Chinese Medicine Treatment for kidney failure patients. This systematic Chinese medicine treatments include various therapies such as Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Mixture, Medicinal Soup, Moxibustion Therapy, Steaming Therapy and Enema Therapy, etc. When the patient comes to our hospital, we first give the patient a thorough check up. And then our experts will make a treatment plan based on your specific condition. That is, different condition may have different therapy.

Our Chinese medicine treatments first removes toxins and harmful substances from your blood to set up a clean internal environment for recovering renal function. When kidneys are damaged, there will be lots of toxins and wastes accumulating in your body. These wastes can reduce the effect of medication you take and also cause further kidney damage. Thus, in order to get a good therapeutic effect, the first step in kidney failure treatment is to have a clean blood environment. Our Chinese medicines can do this job effectively. Apart from cleansing your blood, they can also dilate blood vessels, improve blood circulation, degrade extracellular matrix, provide nutrients and prevent inflammation. All these help repair injured kidney tissues and recover renal function gradually. When your renal function is improved, it is possible for you to prevent dialysis.

What is the treatment for kidney failure to prevent starting dialysis? You can try some Chinese medicine treatments. They can help you reduce dialysis times or even avoid dialysis. But foreign patients need to come to China for treatment. They are only available in China nowadays.

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