What to Do to Slow Progression of Kidney Failure & Purpura Nephritis2014-07-27 02:58
In order to slow the progression of Kidney Failure with Purpura Nephritis, patients are suggested to follow strategies as below. For personalized advice, chat with our online doctor for free and professional help.
1. Take systematic medical treatment.
The therapy should not only work to eliminate the symptoms but also help protect the remaining renal function from further decreasing. In this way, the disease will not aggravate in the future and complete renal failure will be avoided.
In China, natural herbal remedy known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has been proven efficient to ensure such curative effects. It combines traditional Chinese medicine with advanced medical techniques. Micronized herbal medicines are externally used to function to protect and improve the residual renal function. In favorable cases, dialysis or kidney transplant can be prevented. Then, patients can live a normal, long life with their own kidneys.
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2. Live a healthy lifestyle.
* Follow a well-balanced diet. Consult your dietitian for the most proper dietary arrangement with the right amounts of protein, sodium, fluids, potassium and phosphorus.
* Do regular exercises. Work with your doctor to make a suitable exercise program that’s right for you.
* Stay away from substances that may harm the kidneys like alcohol, tobacco, or drugs. Be sure that your doctor knows about all prescription medicines, over-the-counter medicines, and herbs that you are taking.
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