About 60% of patients with SLE (systemic lupus erythematosus) have kidney damage. When SLE causes kidney inflammation, it results in Lupus Nephritis that can lead to Kidney Failure, also called Stage 5 Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Dialysis not the best way to lower high creatinine and there are some alternatives. You can get more help by emailing to us at email@example.com.
Why dialysis cannot solve your problem?
Some Lupus Nephritis patients complain that creatinine level is still very high after dialysis. Why? Dialysis is called “artificial kidney”. It means that dialysis replace kidneys to filter blood wastes, including creatinine. However, it is not possible that dialysis works day and night like your kidneys. Therefore, when patients do not take dialysis, the blood wastes start to accumulate again.
What are the alternatives to dialysis?
During dialysis, the kidneys do not work, just like abandoned machine. However, what we do is to protect and improve your remaining kidney function. Our kidneys have strong compensatory ability. Even with only 30% kidney function, patients can leave a normal life with others.
In that case, I recommend Maikang Composition and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
1. Maikang composition. It is one bottle of liquid Chinese herbal decoction, orally taken by Kidney Failure patients for 2-3 times each day. It is to purify the polluted blood by promoting Qi (flow of energy) and unlocking meridians. Then, blood toxins can be excreted and inflammations reduce.
2. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is an external application used on bilateral kidney areas (Shenshu acupoints). Chinese herbs are super-finely shattered. With effective penetrant and osmosis device, the effective ingredients of Chinese herbs can permeate into kidney lesions directly. They have the function of dilating blood vessels, fighting against inflammation and degrading extracellular matrixes, thus increasing blood circulation. Therefore, renal tissues can get enough blood volume and oxygen supply to work normally.
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