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What can PKD patients do when the kidney function declines to 31%? If you or your beloved one is plagued by this problem, read on to find the tips.
As a genetic disorder, polycystic kidney disease can be passed on from adults to children. And it is characterized by various sizes of fluid-filled sac on both of the kidneys. If their kidney function is 31%, a number of symptoms like high blood pressure, anemia, swelling, hematuria, poor appetite, etc are more likely to occur. Well, are there some tips?
At our center, experienced nephrologists advice patients to take the following tips:
1. Follow a scientific diet Generally, the dietary principle can be low-salt, low-protein, low-fat, low-potassium, low-phosphorus, high-fiber and so on. Meanwhile, they had better stay away from stimulating foods to prevent growth of cysts. Remember that the dietary changes should be in accordance with specific condition. Have an interest? Please send us your latest blood test or urine test firstname.lastname@example.org. Then we will reply you within 48 hours.
2. Avoid strenuous physical activities To prevent cyst rupture, it is of great importance to avoid strenuous exercises like football, basketball, baseball and so on. However, they can take some moderate exercises. For example, Tai Chi, walking or jogging.
3. Kick off bab habits In daily life, PKD patients are requested to quit smoking and drinking. Besides, it is also necessary to avoid stay up all night and overwork.
4. Shrink the cysts and enhance the quality of life To be honest, 31% kidney function in PKD indicates a severe condition. Thereby, measures should be taken to shrink the cysts, improve kidney function and enhance the quality of life. Here, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is such a reliable choice. And clinical practices have proven it’s effectiveness in treating PKD.
After the above introduction, we believe you have learnt a lot about tips for PKD patients with 31% kidney function. Any doubts, you can click the Online Doctors!
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