After a Kidney Transplant - What You Need to Know? This is a vital question for kidney transplant, that is due kidney transplant need to pay more attention to prevent complications and avoid kidney disease happen again.
It is common to see that most patients will have high creatinine in the early stage after kidney transplant. It is the normal reflection, do not have to worry about that too much. This kind of phenomenon will insist on about 1 year. But, if the creatinine level have appeared for long time, that will be a dangerous sign for patients. See the doctor as soon as possible will be good for them.
For IgA Nephropathy patients after kidney transplant, it is very easily to have Iga again after transplant without correct attention. Prevent for infection and pay more attention on diet are two most important factors in daily life. Of course, once patients have these or other symptoms and problems that some necessary treatments are also needed, of course not dialysis or transplant again.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a kind of Chinese medicine treatment for kidney disease patients to prevent further damage on kidneys and repair kidney damage to restore kidney function effectively without side effects in most time. It is more safe than dialysis and will give an improvement for patients.
Stem Cell Therapy is another treatment for patients after kidney transplant. The stem cells will supplement red blood cells for kidneys to ensure kidneys health and repair damaged kidney tissues.
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