Lupus and Kidney Failure on Dialysis with Creatinine 6002014-04-12 20:08
"I am female and have been diagnosed with Lupus and Kidney Failure on dialysis with creatinine 600. Could you please provide suggestions for my better improvement?" Here's an inquiry we got from one patient. If you have similar doubt, read the following article to learn more. Or, chat with our online doctor for free advice.
As you said, you are suffering from Lupus and Kidney Failure on dialysis with creatinine 600. Actually, your current condition is quite dangerous and the treatment fails to control your disease well.
In order to stop further deterioration of your disease and lower your high creatinine level, we recommend you to take alternative treatment to repair the impaired kidneys and promote your renal function. You can consult your doctor for such kind of therapy or click Here to find a doctor and get free help.
For your case of Lupus and Kidney Failure on dialysis with creatinine 600, we would like to recommend a systematic option called Blood Pollution Therapy. It is a featured treatment of Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital in China. By timely taking this option, your kidney function will be significantly improved and your frequency of dialysis can be gradually reduced.
So far, Blood Pollution Therapy is the most advanced development of kidney disease treatment. It combines blood purification therapies with Chinese medicine treatments. According to patient's unique diagnosis, the best treatment plan can be made to guarantee the best curative effects.
Whether your diagnosis of Lupus and Kidney Failure on dialysis with creatinine 600 is suitable to get Chinese medicine treatment? You can Contact Us to get free evaluation from our kidney experts team. We will try our best to share helpful information. Take care please!
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