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Our kidney is the an important organ which is packed with numerous functions. And one of its basic functions is to produce urine, so as to discharge extra wastes and toxins from body. Well then, what happens when your kidneys stop producing urine?
Progressive reduction in amount of urine produced is a common symptom of kidney disease. Along with the loss of renal function, the kidney will stop producing urine. Namely, it is also know anuria. In normal kidney, the healthy kidneys are responsible for regulating blood pressure, adjusting water retention, keeping electrolyte and acid-base balance. However, when the kidneys fails to function competently, these functions can lose and people will suffer from numerous symptoms and discomforts. It is a symptom, not a disease. It is often associated with other symptoms of Kidney Failure, such as lack of appetite, weakness, nausea and vomiting. If your kidneys stop producing urine, it means little blood goes through kidneys and all of the kidney function has already been lost.
And in this condition, dialysis is the treatment which can help kidney discharge extra wastes and toxins from the body. Even though, most patients are not willing to undergo dialysis because they think that dialysis can not repair kidney damage. What’s more, they will suffer from numerous side effects for a long-time dialysis. Aside from dialysis, kidney transplant is also an available treatment to deal with the condition.
Read here, if you think that dialysis or kidney transplant is the last hope for patients with anuria, you are wrong. Actually, in China, our Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, the newest kidney failure treatment called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is widely used in our clinical. As long as patients have has no urine less than 6 years, it is likely to avoid kidney transplant. We can say that the osmotherapy brings new hope for kidney failure patients and here we can provide professional treatment, careful nursing and improve your quality life. So if you have any follow-up questions, please feel free to let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below.