The life expectancy is the hotly discussed issue among patients with kidney disease. Many patients are afraid that they cannot live longer if kidney disease comes. In this article, let’s talk about this question: how long can I live with kidney function 42%?
What does it mean with kidney function 42%?
Kidneys are the important organs in our body. It is in charge of many works, such as filtering the extra toxins, balancing electrolyte and water, secreting hormones and so on. When kidneys are damaged, many symptoms will appear as dangerous signals.
Kidney function declines when kidneys are damaged. It is a progressive process. With no proper treatment, kidney function will continue to decline. GFR (glomerular filtration rate) is the reliable indicator of kidney function. Kidney function 42% means that more than half of the glomerulus are damaged. If you do not take measures in time, the disease will finally develop into kidney failure.
How long can I live with kidney function 42%?
If the kidney function declines, can I still live longer as a normal person? You must have this doubt in your heart. Though the exact answer of how long can you live can not be told, here I want to let you know that with proper treatment, you can still live a normal life.
Then what is the ideal treatment to improve kidney function? It seems that there is no very effective treatment to improve kidney function in the west. Dialysis and kidney transplant are the two last choices for kidney disease patients. However, in China, there is a therapy, which has been greatly praised by both patients and doctors. It is called Hot Compress therapy, which is externally used with an osmosis device. This therapy can repair the damaged kidney cells and improve kidney function. If you want to know more information about this therapy, you can ask the online doctor or leave a message below!
With this therapy, you can live longer than you can imagined because the not only the kidney function 42% can be improved, the general physical function is improved too. For more details and more treatments, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for a reply!
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