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Can My Kidney Failure be Reversed

Can My Kidney Failure be Reversed

Dialysis is only a method to discharge wastes and fluid out of the body, but it is not a method to treat the kidneys. The kidney function will continue to decline and the urine output will become less and less....Read More

Prevent Heart Failure in Chronic Kidney Failure(CRF)

Prevent Heart Failure in Chronic Kidney Failure(CRF)

As is reported, heart failure is the leading death cause among people with chronic kidney failure. Raising awareness among the patients is a tough job, and it is essential the patients know active preventive or treatment measures they can d...Read More

Kidney Problem since Childhood, Kidney Function 10-12%, Will I Have to Start Dialysis

Kidney Problem since Childhood, Kidney Function 10-12%, Will I Have to Start Dialysis

You said you have kidney problem since childhood. Kidney can begin a self-destructive process when it gets damaged to some extent. How about your hemoglobin, blood pressure, blood sugar, kidney size and urine volume in a day? They are helpfu...Read More

Bubbles in Urine, No Other Symptoms, Do I Have Kidney Failure?

Bubbles in Urine, No Other Symptoms, Do I Have Kidney Failure?

For your problem, firstly you need to understand that not everyone with bubbles in urine definitely have kidney problem. In cases of kidney disease, bubbly urine means there are too much protein in urine. ...Read More

Care Nursing Suggestions for People after Kidney Transplant

Care Nursing Suggestions for People after Kidney Transplant

I have just finished my kidney transplant. What can I do? How much water should I drink each day? Please suggest me Kidney transplant is a big surgery. After kidney transplant, the new kidney will be regarded as foreign by the immune system...Read More

Muscle Cramps in Chronic Kidney Failure(CRF)

Muscle Cramps in Chronic Kidney Failure(CRF)

What are the causes of muscle cramps in chronic kidney failure? As is explained by expert doctors, the main reason for muscle cramps in chronic kidney failure is hypocalcemia, or low blood calcium. In the following we will introduce the det...Read More

Female, 16 Months Post Kidney Transplant, can I Have a Baby

Female, 16 Months Post Kidney Transplant, can I Have a Baby

Generally, afterkidney transplant, with kidney function recovering and endocrine function improving, chances of getting pregnancy also increase. To ensure the safety, it is generally suggested to wait after kidney function is stabilized. ...Read More

At What Creatinine should Dialysis Start

At What Creatinine should Dialysis Start

Dialysis is an approach to eliminate waste products in kidney failure patients and reduce complications in the patients. For the patients with kidney failure, early initiation of dialysis may help for protect main organs such as brain, hear...Read More

What are the Causes of Kidney Atrophy

What are the Causes of Kidney Atrophy

Kidney atrophy refers to that the kidneys are relatively or obviously reduced in size in comparison to the age, gender, weight and height of the individuals. Long-term of kidney will damage functioning units of the kidneys. As renal scleros...Read More

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