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5 percent kidney function means that your kidneys have failed to do their normal work, and your illness condition also has progressed into end stage renal disease (ESRD), which is the last stage of kidney disease. It becomes a life and death matter for patients to take good care of themselves. At the same time, life expectancy is concerned by most patients.
Actually, the length of patients’ life can be affected by many factors. It can be determined by patient’s age, degree of kidney damage, complications, treatments, nursing care, mood and so on. Therefore, it is hard to give all patients a specific answer. But we are sure that 5% kidney function and life quality can be well improved by the following measures:
To be frank, diagnosed with 5% kidney function, patient are suggested to accept dialysis. As the artificial kidney, dialysis can replace part of kidney functions to help clear excessive accumulation of metabolic wastes and toxins out of the body as so to alleviate sufferings and prolong life span. But it cannot repair kidney damage, and once you start dialysis, you may rely on it to live your remaining life until you wait a matched kidney.
Actually, as long as you have a certain urine with 5% kidney function, and complications can be well controlled, you can do not choose dialysis. An alternative treatment called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can be your new option.
The treatment focus on improving the body’s internal environment, repairing kidney damage and regulating the immune system. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has the functions of dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degrading extraceullar matrix so as to improve blood circulation, increase blood and oxygen supply to kidneys and prevent further renal fibrosis. As long as kidney function can be well improved, it is a great chance to get rid of dialysis, and your life quality also can be increased.
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