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How Long to Stay in China for PKD Treatment

Posted: by Dr.Zhao      Time: 2015-05-25 09:26

Topics: PKD PKD Treatment

Details: Hi, my husband has Polycystic Kidney Disease and we would like to understand if it can be cured by Chinese medicine. If yes, please share the best clinic in China and how long we need to stay in China.

Expert Answer

First of all, we need to know PKD is one inherited kidney disorder that causes numerous fluid-filled cysts to develop in kidneys. From this point, the key of the whole treatment is to shrink kidney cysts.

Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital is one specialized hospital for treating various types of chronic kidney disease including Polycystic Kidney Disease. It is good at applying Chinese medicines to increase the permeability of cystic walls and prompt the reabsorption of sac fluid. Therefore, patients’ kidney cysts can be shrunk gradually and naturally.

According to the degree of patients’ kidney damage and their kidney cyst size, their duration time is different. Generally, patients need to be hospitalized for about 1 month. During the whole treatment plan, patients can find their abdomen becomes softened, because kidney cysts become smaller and smaller. Besides, Chinese medicines can shrink all kidney cysts at the same time and prevent their relapse.

However, Chinese medicines usually work slowly, so patients should have enough patience to see the effects.

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