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Why Back Pain Relapse Easily with PKD

Q: My brother has been diagnosed with PKD and he suffered from back pain for a month. Doctors recommended him with some medicines to alleviate the pain, however, the pain relapse easily.Are there some alternative methods?

A: PKD, characterized by different sizes of fluid-filled cysts in the kidneys. As a hereditary disease, there is no cure for it until now.

In it’s early stage, the cysts are usually small and asymptomatic. As time goes by, they will increase both in quantities and sizes. Gradually, a range of symptoms including back pain will come to light.

Honestly speaking, pain in the lower back area can be the result of many reasons, such as, kidney stone, infection or bleed, etc. Therefore, the first step should be focus on an accurate diagnosis. And the tests may include B ultrasound, CT scan, urine test, blood test, etc.

As for the medications, we should confirm that they can help relieve the symptoms to a certain extent, however, the root cause still exists.

At our center, hot compress therapy is highly recommended. It is created on the basis of TCM, but applied externally. With the help of osmosis device, active substances of the herbs can effect on the Shenshu acupoints directly. After a period of treatment, the toxins and cystic fluid can be eliminated eventually, meanwhile, it can help recover the original qi and restore kidney function. For detailed information, please email and we are glad to help.


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