How to treat Lupus Nephritis only have 36% Kidney function? Kidney of patients with Lupus Nephritis only have 36% kidney function mean the condition was reached into Stage 3 CKD. For most patients that is a vital period to have the chance to changeover illness condition.
Why Lupus Nephritis Leads to Lose Kidney Function?
Lupus Nephritis is belongs to a kind of autoimmune diseases which due to the immune disorder. Once it happened that means some parts of kidney was damage. With the time pass, unsuitable treatment will make the damage more and more serious. Because of the damage that kidney will lose some parts so that some kidney function will not work too. As a matter of fact improve kidney function is also to treat Lupus Nephritis. Then
How to Improve Kidney Function?
In most situation, people prefer or have to choose dialysis to treat Lupus Nephritis. But dialysis can not improve kidney function. Improve kidney function need to repair the kidney damage and recover the vitality of kidney. Blood is an essential element. Stem Cell Therapy uses the original stem cells which belong to human body to reproduce the daughter cells to make up the lose part of kidney cells and blood cells. Thus will make enough blood through the kidney, then kidney will have power to work ell.
Stem cell therapy is widely used in many kinds of disease and achieve good curative effect better than oral medicine. Truly to treat Lupus Nephritis fundamentally and improve kidney function with effective. If you do not want to bearing the Lupus Nephritis relapse anymore, if you want to improve kidney function, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can contact us with viber/whatsapp +86 13503211882. We will help you find the right way for your illnesses.
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