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Is There Any Way to Get Rid of Dialysis for Kidney Function 9%

Posted: by wakhtar      Time: 2013-02-28 11:52

Topics: Kidney Failure Dialysis

Details: what is the latest possible treatment for chronic kidney failure is there any way o get rid of dialysis? I am on dialysis,had a transplant year back. But it failed just after a month. Is there any possible way or any latest treatment for end stage Kidney Failure to recover own kidney back? My urine output is Good. And I have a dialysis every 4 days.

Expert Answer

Based on the given information, you conducted renal transplant but the kidney was removed due to immune rejection. Luckily, both of your original kidneys still have certain remain function, which can be reflected by the urine output. As long as there is still urine output, there is still blood circulation within kidneys. Thus there is still hope to promote renal function.

Meanwhile, kidney disease is actually a progression of healthy cells becoming damaged and damaged cells becoming sclerotic. For your case, an expectable recovery would be promoting renal function to 15% to 20% (now your condition is less than 10%), so Dialysis can be stopped and a normal life can be guaranteed. Anyway, please share with me more details about your disease history (contact email Any specific questions, also feel free to get me informed.

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