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Chronic kidney disease is featured as gradual loss of kidney function. In stage 3, the kidney function is moderately decreased with the decline of glomerular filtration rate. Some patients asked that can stage 3 kidney disease lead to death. Now follow me and find the answer.
How serious of the disease in stge 3 kidney disease?
The kidney is moderately damaged in stage 3 and the glomerular filtration rate decreases to 30-59ml/min/1.73m2. In this stage, many symptoms will come into being or become obvious, such as fatigue, water-sodium retention, proteinuria. Some patients will also develop high blood pressure and anemia. Normally, the illness condition is reversible with proper treatment. But if you do not take measures, the condition will become worse and worse and at last, you can do nothing but wait to die.
How to treat stage 3 kidney disease?
Maybe you are taking medicines to control the symptoms. But I want to say that it is not enough to prevent the illness from developing. The symptoms will continue to develop. Some patients do not respond well to medicines. Then how to stop the progression of the illness?
Your doctor must have suggested you a proper diet. Keep on eating as your doctor suggests. It will help you preserve the remaining kidney function and the overall health.
Besides the healthy diet, you should take treatment that can improve your kidney function if you want to get better. You must have heard of Chinese medicine. In recent years, there are many patients who are more likely to take Chinese medicine. There is an innovated treatment based on the traditional Chinese medicine and it is called Hot Compress Therapy. It is externally used. If you want to know exactly how it works, you can consult the online doctor. They will give you the detailed information.
In a word, this therapy can repair the damaged kidney cells and improve kidney function, which are the root problems that should be solved if you want to reverse the disease.
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