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Congenital multiple renal cyst is also known as or related to Polycystic Kidney Disease, sponge kidney, simple renal cyst and single renal cyst. Patients with the disease are prone to suffer from a lot which affect patients’ life a lot. Well then, when the disease progresses into CKD Stage 3, what will happen? And what treatment can help patients?
How serious if patients with congenital multiple renal cysts are in stage 3 kidney disease?
No matter which type kidney cysts you do have now, you may be asymptomatic if your illness conditions are still in the early stage or the cysts are small in the size. However, the conditions will have big difference if you develop into Stage 3 CKD, patients usually feel some obvious discomforts like back pain, hypertension, swelling, kidney pain, or even blood in urine and so on. Because, in the stage, renal cysts on the kidneys may grow and become larger and larger. Then, the enlarged cysts will oppress kidneys’ surrounding tissues, triggering related symptoms. But it is not still serious. In the stage, kidneys are damaged moderately. As long as you can take effective treatments, you also can stop progression of kidney cysts and protect residual renal function.
What treatment can help patients?
In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, many natural treatments can be your best choices if you can come here for treatments.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can help expand blood vessels around the cysts, speed up blood circulation and increase permeability of the cyst wall. Then, the cystic fluid can be drained naturally. As long as kidney cysts cannot get sac fluid supplement, they will stop growing.
Medicated Bath can help patients regulate qi the body, promote blood circulation and increase sweating for patients, which are good for discharging extra wastes and toxins from the body.
In addition, aside from professional medical treatment, reasonable and healthy diet plan are also very essential for patients. To know more details, please do feel free to contact our Online Doctor or email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly.