Tiredness in PKD with Creatinine 3.5: What Should We do2015-07-15 16:01
Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) has many cysts growing on the kidney. The cysts increase and enlarge day by day. With the enlarged and increasingly cysts, kidney structures are oppressed thus losing filtration functions. The filtration functions removes wastes and toxins out of the body in the form of urine. With the deposition of wastes and toxins,there are many complications following PKD patients. There are many symptoms following PKD patients. Patients feel backache, hematuria, high blood pressure and tiredness.
With complications, treatments for kidney disease patients become tricky. Creatinine 3.5 is a little higher for PKD patients. It is the best time to accept treatments.
Some patients may accept western medicines thus leading to kidney patients suffering from different side effects. What’s worse, they can only relive symptoms caused by PKD and PKD’s progression never stops.
Medicated Bath Therapy
Skin is one of the largest organ to help our body remove wastes and toxins successfully. Different Chinese herbals will be put into hot water. Patients have a bath with nurse’s guidance. Therefore medicines help our body to remove excess substances out of our body in the form of sweat.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a new application of Chinese Medicines. Comparing western treatment, they have advantages as follows:
Have fewer side effects
Repair renal damage
Recover renal functions
With those advantages,the development of PKD can be slowed down and the life expectancy for PKD patients is also prolonged at most.
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