How To Treat Kidney Failure Without Kidney Washing?
zh mw tax.. early zh didn’t feel anything “, arrived” after fc the whole body zh was swollen u0026amp; no urine output.. zh directly stated kidney emf.. zh has been on dialysis for 5 months.. but no growth.. in the last 2 weeks zh no longer on dialysis Adam’s solution is not to not wash the blood.. now kncingx is good. Thank you doc
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Kidneys are very important organs because of their many roles. The kidneys filter urine / urine, the kidneys determine high and low blood pressure levels, the kidneys excrete toxins or body toxins, the kidneys maintain the body in a state of less or even excess fluid, and most importantly the kidneys will not cause any symptoms of disease until the damage is severe enough or exceeds 40%-50%.
But unlike other parts, the skin for example, when the kidneys are damaged, the kidneys cannot repair themselves. That is why we often hear about kidney transplants, or replacing an old kidney with a new one, because a kidney cannot heal once it is damaged.
In your case, your urea and creatinine levels are indeed high which can indicate that your kidneys have been damaged, but not all kidney damage requires dialysis and usually, kidneys that have decreased glomerular filtration rate are below the 15% required for performed dialysis. You can find out by asking your doctor, or another internal medicine specialist if you prefer.
But usually, people who have been sentenced to have dialysis must undergo dialysis for the rest of their life, except when a kidney transplant is performed, as we mentioned earlier. And if it is not done, gradually there will be a buildup of fluid in the lungs, causing tightness, swelling of the legs, and the worst thing is that urea levels will become very high until it enters the brain and causes a decrease and loss of consciousness. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa