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How Can I Get Rid of Dialysis with PKD And 19% Kidney Function

Q: I am a PKD Patient and the latest test report show 19% kidney function. In our country, the doctors recommended me to undergo dialysis. However, I do not want to do this. Are there some effective treatments for my condition?

A: Kidneys are two important bean-shaped organs in our body. In addition to filtering wastes, they can also help produce EPO, adjust blood pressure and so on. As mentioned above, the remaining kidney function is just 19%. If left uncontrolled, kidney function will continue to deteriorate.

Dialysis refers to an alternative treatment that helps to remove micromolecule toxins like creatinine, BUN, uric acid, etc out of the body. However, it fails to repair kidney damage and improve kidney function. Besides, various discomforts and frequent treatment course will make it a bad choice.

Here, the combination of hot compress therapy and blood-purification technique is strongly recommended.

Firstly, blood-purification technique is used to remove high levels of toxins in the body(both middle-sized toxins and macromolecular toxins). In such a way, a stable internal environment is attained.

Secondly, Hot Compress Therapy is used to shrink different sizes of cysts and improving kidney function. This treatment goal can be achieved by softening the cystic wall, adjusting the internal-external difference pressure, dilating blood vessels, supplying nutrients for the injured kidneys. If used properly, there is hope to increase your 19% kidney function. In addition, it is convenient and free of side effects. For more detailed tips, you are welcomed to email us immediately.

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