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Many patients are confused about how to deal with their diseased kidney. To be frank, with the development of medical techniques, many new treatments are created and widely used to treating various kidney diseases.
In most western countries, surgery is commonly used to removal or hardening renal cysts, because it can remove renal cysts fast and effectively. Although it has an obvious therapeutic effect, is it safe option for all patients? It is my duty to tell you surgery has various shortcomings.
1. It is able to remove bigger renal cysts rather than the small cysts.
2. If the operation is not done well, there can be traumas to the kidneys.
3. The cystic fluid will continue to secrete, as kidney damage remains unsolved.
Through the above analysis, we can find that surgery do not an ideal treatment for PKD patients. Then, are there any safe or natural remedies for patients? Yes! Fortunately, in our Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, many natural and characterized treatment are created by our kidney experts. Here we recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to you.
You know Chinese medicine has a history of 5000 years and it can be used to treat various disorders and diseases. For Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, it is a perfect combination of traditional Chinese medicine and advanced western osmosis devices, but used externally. During the course, two bags filled with Chinese herbs will be placed on the lower back. Generally, this procedure may last for 45 to 60 minutes. After a period of systematic treatment, the following functions can be achieved: renal cysts can be shrink naturally and effectively and repair kidney intrinsic cells and tissues and enhance kidney function.
Besides, Acupuncture also has a significant effect on shrinking renal cysts and easing pain feeling. Other natural remedies like Medicated Bath and Hot Compress Therapy can make references for PKD patients. If you want an individualized therapy, please attach your medical report to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try our best to help you.
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