Diabetic Nephropathy is kidney disease caused by diabetes. When your kidneys lose their function, you have to receive kidney replacement treatment, such as dialysis and kidney transplant to take the place of your damaged kidneys to filter the wastes and toxins from your body. However, there are many side effects over time, such as skin itch, atrophic kidney and infection. How to get rid of dialysis for patients with Diabetic Nephropathy?
To get rid of dialysis for patients with Diabetic Nephropathy, we should improve the kidney function. Nephron is the basic unit of kidney function. There are three kinds of nephrons in one damaged kidney, that is, necrotic nephrons, injured nephrons and intact nephrons. Though we have no way to treat the dead ones, we can repair the injured ones and protect the intact ones from being damaged. As long as the injured ones recover, you may get rid of dialysis and live a normal life.
Traditional Chinese Medicine have been applied in clinic, which has achieved good effect. Therapies such as enema therapy, circle therapy and medicated bath can help clear away the toxins in the body, providing a favorable environment for the kidney self-healing. And then Hot Compress therapy may be used to supply the lost elements in the kidney. The Chinese Medicine in this therapy can play roles such as extending blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, and degrading extracellular matrix. About 7 days later, you may find that your creatinine decreases, blood pressure declines and poor appetite is improved and so on. With the gradual improvement of your medical condition, you will get rid of dialysis.
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