Can PKD Reinfect a New Kidney from a Donor2015-08-03 16:31
Can PKD reinfect a new kidney from a donor ? It is known that, Polycystic Kidney Disease is a serious renal disorder and inherited in other family members. There are different treatments for it and kidney transplant is one of the common one.
Can PKD reinfect a new kidney from a donor ?
Polycystic Kidney Disease attacks more and more people and it may occurs at any age. It depends on the cysts growth, and the cysts in it have strong ability of regrowth. The fluid which is produced by the kidney accelerates the growth of cysts. Some PKD patients accept Kidney Transplant hoping to relieve their conditions. As the cysts is large in this period, cysts are easily ruptured thus flowing lots of fluid. When it begins to disturb the new kidney, the new kidney has higher risk of being polluted. Therefore PKD may reinfect a new kidney from a donor. If you are a PKD patients, you are luckily in the early stage of PKD. You’d better find other treatment to slowing down the progression of PKD instead of Kidney Transplant.
Is there any other treatment aside renal transplant to treat PKD ?
Repairing renal damage
Recovering renal function
It focuses on shrinking cysts and oppressing the regrowth of cysts.
The activated Chinese Medicines have useful substances thus destroying cysts structure and oppressing the regrowth of cysts.
The activated Chinese medicines regulate blood systems thus making fluid flowing into blood.
The activated Chinese medicines provide nutritions for kidney thus realizing self-regeneration and self-recovery.
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