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What is the life expectancy of PKD?

What is the life expectancy of PKD?In fact, there is not only the problem of heredity, but also the problem of blood in urine for Polycystic Kidney Disease patients. Of course, it is extremely important to avoid cold, infection, and the break of cysts. For the question of life expectancy of PKD, the best important is to choose the right treatment.

What is the life expectancy of PKD? This question always is asked for PKD patients. Only taking proper measure to block and repair the damaged kidneys, it is possible to recover the patients’ kidneys. As for how to make cysts do not relapse, we need to see the prognosis and treatment the doctor use. First, we analysis the life expectancy of PKD according to the different conditions of patients, the condition in different stage as following:

1. Adult Polycystic Kidney Disease patients have the multiple cysts from born. But there are many patients do not have the clinical symptoms, and the disease also does not occur. Therefore, patients do not take special treatment.

2. Generally speaking, after adult in 30 years old, the clinical symptoms begin to appear. The earlier the disease occurs, the more serious the clinical symptoms. Instead, the late the disease appears, the more light the symptoms. At the same, male is more than female.

3. About 30% PKD patients have polycystic liver, but the function of liver is normal and has no symptoms. There are cysts in Spleen, pancreas, lung, and ovarian, intracranial vascular malformation and aneurysm can occur about 2%, which easily lead to intracranial hemorrhage.

4. After patients with PKD have the symptoms, general development to renal failure for an average of more than 10 years, but there are a lot of individual differences.

What are the treatments for PKD patients?

For the treatment of PKD, it is common to remove the cysts by surgery. But the growth environment of cysts still exists after surgery, the kidney intrinsic cells are still damaged and the fluid excretes continuously. The removed big cysts provide the space for the growth of small cysts. Therefore, the method of surgery to treat PKD is the temporary action, which only has effects in short time. As time goes on, small cysts still develop to big. I believe the patients who have done surgery deeply understand.

The root of the treatment for PKD is to treat the disease, which the key is to block the process of kidney fibrosis, repair the damaged kidney intrinsic cells and restore the kidney function gradually. The purpose of the treatment is to prevent the further damage of kidneys. Traditional Chinese Medicines treat the cyst from the root of the kidney fibrosis, which play the effects and improve the microcirculation in cystic wall.

So, as long as patients with PKD take proper treatment to treat, they can live a more normal and happy life with their families. If you are interested into our Chinese medicine treatment, please feel free to contact us. We are glad to help you.

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