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Mild kidney failure means that kidney damage in renal failure is the mild. Actually, with mild damage, some patients do not know they have kidney disease due to kidneys’ strong compensatory ability. Well then, once diagnosed with mild renal failure, how to treat it effectively?
How serious is the mild kidney failure?
Actually, on the basis of GFR, kidney disease can divided into 5 stages. As for mild kidney failure, it means that you are in Stage 2 Kidney Failure which is characterized by the mild reduction in GFR (60-89ml/min/1.73m2). There are usually no symptoms to indicate the kidneys are damaged. Because kidneys do a good job even when they’re not functioning at 100 percent. Compared to advanced kidney disease stage, mild kidney failure is still in the early stage of kidney disease. And it is not serious as you imagine. And as long as you can take the correct and effective treatment, the mild damage may be reversed from the root.
Well then, how to treat mild kidney failure?
In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, China, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is recommended to you. It is a treatment from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) but used externally. Under the help of osmosis device, the active ingredients in the treatment can permeate directly into kidney lesions. These curative herbal medicines can helpful repairing kidney damage and improving renal function from the root. On the basis of the treatment, we do also use other supports treatments like Foot Bath, Immunotherapy, Blood Pollution Therapy and so on. If you are interested in our Treatment, please be free to contact our Online Doctor directly or email to email@example.com
In addition, you should also pay more attention to the following things:
1. Eat a healthy diet
2. Keep their blood pressure at a healthy level.
3. Keep their blood sugar or diabetes under control.
4. Have regular checkups with their doctor and include a serum creatinine test to measure GFR.
5. Take medicines as prescribed by their doctor.
6. Exercise regularly.
7. Stopping smoking and alcohol.