How to Improve the Kidney Function for Polycystic Kidney Disease

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How to improve kidney function in PKD? Polycystic Kidney Disease is serious and life-threatening, because it affect patient’s kidney function, which will cause lots of torturous health problems like digestive problems, nerve problems, liver problems, brain problems and heart problems. However, when kidney function is PKD is improved, lots of unnecessary health problems will be avoided effectively. Well then, how to improve kidney function in PKD?

To know how to improve kidney function in PKD, let’s learn how PKD affect kidney function firstly:

Polycystic Kidney Disease is the forth big reason for End Stage Renal Failure, which is heritable with renal cysts of different sizes on kidneys. Cysts gradually increase and rupture with the progress of time and diseased condition, which oppresses nephron and causes infection, thus further leading to renal damage.

How to improve the kidney function of people with Polycystic Kidney Disease ?Up to now, there is no specific treatment, except dialysis and kidney transplant, in western medicines to treat advanced PKD, so many kidney experts try to find an effective treatment from herbal medicine. Luckily, they indeed create such a treatment called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. Different from oral herbal medicine, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an external herbal remedy. In this therapy, herbal medicines, which have an obvious effect of repairing damaged kidney cells, are shattered and put into two small bags. Then, these two bags will be placed under patients’ lower back, so the pesticide effect can reach kidney lesion directly. Also, active ingredients in micro-Chinese medicines can stimulate damaged kidney intrinsic cells and increase their self-curative ability. When these damaged kidney intrinsic cells are repaired and perform function again, kidney function in PKD is improved effectively.

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