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Stage 5 kidney failure is the last stage of chronic kidney disease. The kidney function declines to less than 15%. At this stage patients are told to do kidney transplant. But some patients doubt that “must I wait for kidney transplant?”
Kidney transplant is a replacement treatment which is often offered to patients with stage 5 kidney failure. A successful kidney transplant can enable patients a longer lifespan. But you may need to wait for a long time for a proper donated kidney. It is difficult to find the right kidney that is suitable for your condition. But you cannot leave other treatment alone during your waiting. If you really want to do kidney transplant, you can do other treatments to sustain your life before meet the right kidney for you to transplant.
What treatment can you do before kidney transplant? Dialysis is one of the choices for you. When you go into stage 5 kidney failure, many complications will occur due to the accumulation of toxins in the blood. So the primary task for you is to discharge the toxins in the blood. Dialysis have a great effect on removing the toxins. Dialysis can lower the burden of kidney and replace kidney to do some jobs.
Along with dialysis, you can try the Chinese medicine---Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This therapy can repair the damaged kidney inherent cells and improve kidney function by dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degrading extracellular matrix. This therapy is an external application. The damaged kidney lesions will get repaired with these functions that the herbs have. If you want to know more about this therapy, you can contact the online doctors.
With dialysis and micro-Chinese medicine osmotherapy, you can live longer. If you find the proper donated kidney, you can do kidney transplant. But before kidney transplant, you should do a thorough examination to check if you are allowed to do kidney transplant. Must I wait for kidney transplant with stage 5 kidney failure? You can send your test report to firstname.lastname@example.org, the doctor will give you a specific explanation.