Most patients with Stage 5 Chronic Kidney Disease need to live with dialysis. However, a variety of factors make patients want to stop dialysis. Before stopping it, they wonder how long they can live if they stop dialysis with Stage 5 CKD. Do you know the answer?
The severity of kidney disease patients’ medical condition changes from person to person, so their life expectancy after stopping dialysis is quite different. If you want to get an exact answer about your lifespan, you can consult the Doctor online or leave a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If patients have stopped urination for more than half a year or they have some severe kidney-related complications, stopping dialysis will threaten their life quickly.
Patients who have these problems must be faced by severe fluid retention in the body, refractory hypertension, pulmonary edema, heart problem, high potassium level, and so on. All of these health problems are dangerous, so patients are suggested not to stop their dialysis casually. This doesn’t mean there is no choice to improve patients’ life quality.
In clinic, CRRT, Plasma Exchange, Immune Adsorption, and so on, can help cleanse patients’ blood, improve patients’ life quality and prolong patients’ life span effectively.
If patients still have urine and don’t have dangerous complications, they can have a chance to stop dialysis.
For kidney disease patients, urine output means hope, because it indicates a part of inherent kidney cells are still working. In this condition we would like to recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This therapy can nourish damaged kidney cells and prompt the recovery of kidney filtering structure. If you have similar case, you can try this therapy with doctor’s guidance.
According to your illness condition, doctors will develop a correct treatment plan accordingly.