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Dialysis indeed enables Kidney Failure patients to live longer and enjoy their quality of life. However, this may not be the case for everyone patients. So quite a number of patients have the thought to stop dialysis due to its adverse effects or expensive cost. Well then, what to expect to happen if patients stop dialysis?
Let’s see the answer!
Generally speaking, once you start dialysis, you need to do it regularly. Therefore, it has some risks if you stop dialysis freely, especially when you do not find alternative treatment to dialysis. For patients with renal failure, dialysis plays the role of discharging toxins out of the blood. When kidney dialysis is stopped suddenly, toxins will build up in the blood, which can cause various symptoms and serious complications like persistent vomiting, hard breath, poor appetite, bad taste, fatigue, pale, heart attack and so on. All of them may threat patients’ life. What’s more, those accumulated toxins in the body will make further damage to the kidneys and the disease will goes worse in a rapid speed.
Well then, how to stop dialysis safely?
Actually, kidney failure patient should stop it gradually with the help of other alternative treatments. In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, we will recommend patients to take the joint therapy-Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
As one of the innovation of Chinese Medicine, it can help patient get rid of dialysis by improving the kidney function. It is a brand-new therapy which is based on traditional Chinese herbal medicines dating back thousands of years ago. It perfectly combines the essences of herbal medicines and modern medical equipment and technology together to improve the medicine efficacy remarkably. It is an external therapy, in which the shattered medicines can be penetrated into kidney lesions directly and efficiently.
So far, the treatment is only applied in China. So, if you have the intend to come here for the treatment, you can add Whatsapp or Viber 008615226572289 or email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for learning more details.