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Can PKD Patients on Peritoneal Dialysis Use Chinese Medicines

Good day, I am a PKD patient and an currently on peritoneal dialysis. So my questions is can I use the Chinese medicines as I am on the dialysis?

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Peritoneal dialysis is a compelling choice when illness condition progresses into end stage. More and more patients are not willing undergo dialysis. Fortunately, unique treatments come from Traditional Chinese Medicine bring new hope for Polycystic Kidney Disease patients who undergo dialysis.

Chinese Medicine has more than 5,000 years of illness history in the world. In Beijing Tongshantang Hospital, we make full use of traditional Chinese medicines due to their natural curative effects. Chinese medicines are used to expand blood vessels, reduce inflammation, degrade extracellular matrix, so as to improve blood circulation and improve the ischemia and anoxia. Therefore, Chinese medicines can be the good choice for patients with kidney disease. But you do not take these medicines until you get the permission from the doctor. In our treatment center point, Mai-kang mixture, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Acupuncture can help repair kidney damage and restore kidney function, thus reducing the dialysis frequency.

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