What Can We Do To Protect 28% Kidney In Diabetic Nephropathy
My mother’s kidney is only 28% with Diabetic Nephropathy. What can we do to protect it?
Does she have any illness history such as hypertension, diabetes or infection?
She is hospitalized. And she has diabetes and hypertension both.
Any symptoms now? Like foamy urine, swelling, fatigue, back pain, anemia and itching, etc. Sorry, I am actually in a helpless state. Sodium in her body is not balanced. She could not breathe.
Ok. I have known her condition. All symptoms she have come from injured kidneys. Injured kidneys can not discharge excess sodium from the body. Then sodium will build up in the body, causing swelling. Too much fluid in her body can cause difficult breath. For her condition, we should treat Diabetic Nephropathy from root. Here we recommend Chinese Medicine Treatment which can repair injured kidneys and improve renal function. In this way, your mom’s complications can be relieved from root. The patient needs to come to our hospital for treatment. We first need to test the patient and then our experts will make a treatment plan. Suitable treatments will be given to the patient. Chinese medicines first cleanse blood through removing wastes and toxins from blood and kidney cells. This can give the patient a clean blood environment. It is good for the following treatments. In a clean blood environment, Chinese medicines can enter kidney lesion directly to repair kidney damage and improve renal function through dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, preventing inflammation and coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix and providing nutrients. Patients usually stay in our hospital for 3-4 weeks. After your condition gets improved, you can be discharged from our hospital.
28% kidney function has a large chance to get reversed as long as your mom gets a correct treatment. Chinese Medicine Treatment can help you. If you want to learn more information, you can leave a message below or consult our online doctor directly.
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