How to treat Lupus Nephritis patients after Dialysis with Stem Cell Therapy? Lupus Nephritis is a kind of kidney disease which because of SLE. It is also belongs to the autoimmune kidney disease, but not really common in the kidney diseases. Treat it by dialysis is not the good choice in fact, but use dialysis to save life in some emergency is okay. Find ONLINE DOCTOR.
What Are The Symptoms of Lupus Nephritis Patients after Dialysis?
Patients do not have to blindly reject dialysis, once the patients appear the serious complications because of Lupus Nephritis, that dialysis is really necessary. But patients can not only depend on dialysis to treat it. Because dialysis is not a real treatment strictly speaking, it is just a kind of method for saving life. Nausea, vomiting, fatigue and muscle cramp are the common symptoms of dialysis. So that patients want to use another way to alleviate those symptoms and stop dialysis.
Why People Choose Stem Cell Therapy?
Stem cell therapy is not only a treatment to Lupus Nephritis but also can repair the damage kidney cells to recover back. It has no side effects on human body, because the treat factor is from human body--stem cells. Uses the inherent cells as the weapon to fight with the illness will strengthen the power of immune system and the function of kidney. Give no chance to the germ to damage the kidney organization. So that Lupus Nephritis will be controlled well in huge degree, the complications of dialysis will be reduce at the same time.
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