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How long can one with stage 3 kidney disease survive? This is a hotly discussed tissue among patients with kidney disease. Then what is the lifespan of patients with stage 3 kidney disease?
Chronic kidney disease is divided into 5 stages. The glomerular filtration rate gradually declines with the progression of the disease, so as to the kidney function. At stage 3, the glomerular filtration rate is moderately decreased. As a consequence, some symptoms will start to come into being, like proteinuria, swelling, fatigue, muscle cramps and so on.
How long can you live with stage 3 kidney disease is determined by many factors, including ages, complications and treatment.
Treatment for stage 3 kidney disease.
The treatment applied to patients with stage 3 kidney disease is the leading factor that affect the lifespan. At stage 3, the disease is reversible with correct treatment and you can live as a normal person.
Firstly, you should manage a proper diet. You can consult a dietitian to arrange you a healthy diet according to your lab tests. A healthy diet can help preserve the remaining kidney function. Normally, a low protein diet is limited to 0.8g per kilogram of every body weight. If you want to know other limits for diet, you can consult the online doctor for free answers.
Secondly, only diet is not enough to reserve the disease. The root method to reserve the disease is to improve kidney function. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the ideal treatment. This therapy can improve kidney function by repairing the damaged inherent cells. This therapy is natural and safe. The herbs used in this therapy are carefully selected based on different illness conditions. By dilating blood vessels, degrading extracellular matrix, anti-inflammation and anti-coagulation, the damaged kidney cells can get repaired.
Along with this therapy and the proper diet, you should also form a healthy lifestyle to prolong the lifespan. How long can one with stage 3 kidney disease survive? As long as you preserve a normal kidney function, you can live as long as possible! For more information, you can send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, I will give you detailed answers!
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