AGE: 54 years old
DIAGNOSIS:Chronic Kidney Failure, Hyperuricemia, High blood pressure, Renal Anemia
CONDITION BEFORE TREATMENT
Mrs. Odgerel comes from Mongolia and suffers from Chronic Kidney Failure. And she lived with the disease with 36 years. Sometimes, she said: “I can’t imagine how I survived all those years.”
Odgerel was tortured by high blood pressure when her peers were still obsessed with enjoying lives. At that year, she was just18-year-old. “The doctor told me my blood pressure was higher than others, I didn’t what it meant to me.” The highest level of her blood pressure was 220/120mmHg. What’s worse, Mrs. Odgerel’s kidneys were shrunken, and her serum creatinine reached up to 7.9mg/dL. It was then Mrs. Odgerel suffered from frequent urination and serious fatigue.
There was no effective approach for her illness condition except waiting for dialysis or kidney transplantation. “The horrible thing paid a visit to me anyway. With the progressive condition, I had to put my name on the waiting list. ” Fortunately, Mrs. Odgerel was lucky enough to receive the transplantation 14 years ago in 1998. “I thought I would free from kidney disease forever after receiving a new kidney.” said Odgerel with a pause, “But here I am, still living with same problem. This is really a nightmare for me.”
Mrs. Odgerel knew exactly her physical condition was, she could not take another surgery. She went to Kidney Service China for help in February 2012.
START OF THE TREATMENT: February 2, 2012
CONDITION AFTER TREATMENT
“I’ve been weak all those years, but it was Dr. Yang who told me this is caused by my renal anemia. They dealt the problem for me and now I experienced barely shortness of breath and no longer need to stand the weakness.” said Odgerel, and agreed with her Dr. Yang, her attending doctor.
“The blood pressure stabilized and the feeling of stiff legs has gone. My puffiness got relieved after receiving the Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. Great News is my serum creatinine lowered down to 3.3mg/dL after one-month treatment. This is amazing!” Mrs. Odgerel was pretty satisfied with the efforts and thanked the doctors and nurses again and again. “I was tortured by the disease for years. I went through so much tough things. That’s why I went abroad with no hesitation. I made the right call, and finally find an ideal place with perfect doctors. They treat me well, I do believe that. ”
One month later, after Batzori Odgerel went back to her country. We received a letter from her. She said she never thought the journey to China become a tunning point in her whole life and plan to visit us next year.