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38-Year-Old Patient with PKD and 35% Kidney Function

Posted: by zhaoshaoning      Time: 2014-04-06 07:06

Topics: PKD

Details: Now, I am 38 years old and was diagnosed with PKD 6 years ago. I was recently in hospital, and I have PKD. My doctor told me that my kidney function is 35%. I am confused on what this means.

Expert Answer

Firstly, I would like to introduce kidney function which determines how well kidneys are working. 35% kidney function means your Polycystic Kidney Disease has aggravated into Stage 3B. In this case, your enlarged kidney cysts have caused kidney damage. If uncontrolled effectively, kidney function will decline 5%~6% every year. Therefore, you may have kidney failure after about 6 years.

From the above analysis, we can know it is indeed time for you to get corresponding treatment that can help improve your kidney function and shrink kidney cysts. Maybe, you can try Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.

Through increasing the blood circulation within cystic walls and changing the pressure difference insides and outsides of kidney cysts, sac fluid can be discharged out of the body gradually. Besides, this therapy can also help improve patients’ kidney function and repair damaged but not necrotic kidney cells. However, not all kidney patients can use this therapy. Email your latest test report to, so we can help you determine one detailed treatment plan.

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