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How to Deal with Severe Pain with Kidney Disease

I was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease tow year ago and now I have been in pain and my right side of my hand is numb. Is there any way to relieve my pain? If yes, please help me and thanks in advance!

Hello, doctor. Thanks for your inquiry. Actually, I have seen many similar conditions and please don’t worry and I will recommend a comprehensive and natural treatment.

Severe pain is the common symptoms in patients with kidney disease. And there are some common causes of pain, such as tiredness and trauma, PKD (polycystic kidney disease) and so on. The pain often occur in patient’s back, leg, hand, abdomen, and so on. Actually, the root cause of pain in kidney disease is due to damaged kidney cells and structure.

Compared to western medicines like pain killer, I prefer recommend you to take traditional Chinese herbs. On the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), we innovate several therapies like Hot Compress Therapy. It can expand blood vessels, fight against inflammation and degrade extracellular matrixes. Therefore, they can improve blood circulation and enhance kidney function. As long as the kidneys can function normally, wastes and toxins in the blood can be discharged effectively, and pain will disappear gradually. Aside from the treatment, Foot Bath is also available for patients. It can discharge extra wastes by promoting sweating. To know more details, please email to or leave a message below.

Topic: Kidney Failure Symptoms Kidney Disease Symptom Pain Hot Compress Therapy

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