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My husband is 41 years and have 4 children. He has high blood pressure and on medication for the same. His latest test reported showed that: Creatinine 808, Right Kidney 7.8*3.8, Left Kidney 8.97*3.66. What treatments should he take now?
A: I read your husband's test reports. His both kidneys have shrunk and he has many complications already. In western medicine, the only solution is dialysis or kidney transplant. However, I think his kidneys are not totally failed. His kidneys are not too small and there is still blood flow in the kidneys. Urine is hope. As long as he still has urine, there is hope of reversing his disease.
High blood pressure will start the renin-angiotensin system and cause narrowing of the renal vessels and lack of blood and oxygen supply in the kidneys, so the kidneys will gradually shrink. For his condition now, the most important thing is to dilate the blood vessels, improve blood circulation and increase the blood flow in the kidneys. After the blood and oxygen supply in the kidneys is sufficient, the self renewal of the damaged cells will be reactivated, thus recovering the kidney function.
The basic treatment I want to recommend is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It can increase the blood flow in the kidneys directly and at the same time, remove the immune complex and extra cellular matrix in the kidneys. Generally, after one week's treatment, we can see floc-like things discharged in urine. It is what caused renal fibrosis. If you need follow up, you can email to email@example.com for further information.
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