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Whether Kidney Transplant is the Best Treatment for Polycystic Kidney Disease or not?

Whether Kidney Transplant is the Best Treatment for Polycystic Kidney Disease or not?Is kidney transplant the best treatment for polycystic kidney disease(PKD)? PKD bothers many families and brings many sufferings to them, so they are eager to find a treatment to relieve their pain. However, up to now there is no specific treatment to cure PKD completely, so many patients regard kidney transplant as a radical treatment for polycystic kidney disease. Is it right?

Kidney transplant and polycystic kidney disease

Kidneys are responsible for filtering wastes and toxins out of the body. However, when they fail to work, much wastes and toxins will build up in the kidneys. In this condition, your doctor will often recommend you do dialysis or kidney transplant. But these two treatments can maintain patients’s life temporarily, and the dialysis will also cause many complications such as vomiting or nausea, and headache. For this reason, many patients prefer kidney transplant than dialysis, while kidney transplant can give a brand new life for patients with PKD when their kidney condition develops renal failure. However, you have to have a long wait listing for kidney transplant. Besides, dangers during surgery and the high cost make them give up kidney transplant.

Chinese medicine for Polycystic Kidney Disease

Generally speaking, kidney transplant can treat polycystic kidney disease. And patients will not have renal cysts if the transplanted kidneys are healthy. However, just as the above mentioned, the dangers during surgery and high cost make some patients give up kidney transplant, so it is not the best treatment for polycystic kidney disease. In this case, to help patients with advanced PKD avoid dialysis and kidney transplant, many kidney experts recommend Chinese medicine for polycystic kidney disease patients to help them avoid kidney transplant and dialysis. Chinese Medicine therapy is a systemic treatment, including hot compress therapy, medicated bath and foot bath and so on. Chinese medicine can promote the permeability of cystic walls and enhance blood circulation. In this way, more sac fluid will be discharged from the body via blood circulation. In addition, some Chinese medicine can prevent the epithelial cells from secreting sac fluid which will prevent the enlargement and spreading. What is more important, Chinese medicines will carry some nutrients such as vitamin, amino acid to kidneys so as to improve ischemia and hypoxia of kidneys. After a period of treatment, renal cysts will be shrunk obviously and then the pressure on the kidneys can also be reduced. As a result, part of kidney function will be improved. As long as your kidney function is improved over 15%, you can avoid dialysis or kidney transplant.

Kidney transplant is a little out of reality, so the best treatment for polycystic kidney disease is Chinese medicine. If you want to learn more about Chinese medicine, you can send an email as followed:

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