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Is It Possible to Have Kidney Shrinkage at Only One Side

Posted: by Dr.Zhao      Time: 2015-05-18 09:24

Topics: Kidney Shrinkage Kidney Shrinkage Treatment

Details: Is it possible to have kidney shrinkage at only one side? My sister has this problem.

Expert Answer

Yes, it is possible. Kidney shrinkage reveals kidney size declines abnormally. In some cases, both of patients’ kidneys are shrunk, while in some other cases, patients’ one kidney is shrunk. The later condition is more severe than the former condition.

To protect kidneys from further damage, patients are suggested to take therapies. Otherwise, one shrunk kidney can cause the overwork on the other kidney. Finally, patients may have both kidney failure unfortunately.

Since one of your sister’s kidney is still healthy, it is possible to reverse their kidney damage and improve their kidney condition effectively. Until now, no specific therapy in western medicine can help achieve this goal. In view of this, kidney experts turn their attention to Chinese medicine.

Fortunately, these doctors create some effective therapies that can help manage patients’ kidney problem and improve patients’ kidney function successfully.

Clear Blood Pollution Therapy and “Four Ones” Therapy are natural remedies for patients with kidney shrinkage. Both of these two therapies have hundreds of formulas that are suitable for different patients. To get an individual treatment plan, you can tell us more about her condition.

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