GFR 34 is a bad condition which means patients are in Stage 3 CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease). Without timely treatment, illness condition skips to Kidney Failure easily, and GFR also will be much lower. Well then, how to prevent GFR 34 get worse?
How serious it is with Low GFR 34?
GFR, short for Glomerular Filtration Rate, is an important index in measuring how well your kidneys are functioning. In clinic, chronic kidney disease is divided into 5 stages and GFR 34 means stage 3. Actually, stage 3 kidney disease is further divided into two parts: Stage 3A CKD (GFR 45-59) and Stage 3B CKD (GFR 30-44). Hence, to be more accurate, GFR 34 indicates patients are in Stage 3B Kidney Disease.
With such low GFR, patients usually experience some symptoms like elevated blood pressure, foamy urine, frequent urination at night, back pain, edema or swelling, protein in urine, anemia, etc. In such a case, if patients take no treatments, GFR will keep decreasing. As a result, Kidney Failure occur.
Well then, how to prevent Low GFR 34 get worsen?
There are two aspects we should do: 1. Protect residual kidney function; 2. Repair kidney damage and improve renal function.
To achieve the two goals, we do use natural therapy named Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is a very effective Chinese herbal treatment for low GFR and it works mainly by four functions: anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, dilation of blood vessels, and degradation of extracellular matrix. What’s more, in the treatment, all the Chinese herbs are used externally, not orally, so we do not need to worry any adverse effects. To be frank, as long as kidney gets enough blood and oxygen, kidney self-curative ability can be enhanced and strengthened. With the herbal treatment, GFR can be improved greatly.
Tips: at present, it is only used in China. Therefore, if you’d like to get the treatment, you need to come to China, can you? Any questions, you can add my Whatsapp or Viber 008615226572289 or contact our Online Doctor directly. We are glad to help you.
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