Stage Five Kidney Disease is also known as End Stage Renal Disease or Stage 5 Kidney Failure in clinic. It is the most severe condition of one’s illness condition. Many patients care that how long they can live with Stage 5 Kidney Disease.
Actually, no one can tell patients how much is the life expectancy accurately, because it is affected by many factors. Age, gender, race, physical health, medical and treatment history or other diseases and so on, are all the included in the influencing factors. As for the treatment, dialysis and kidney transplant are normally the first choice. Here is an introduction of Stage 5 Kidney Disease with dialysis and kidney transplant.
Stage five means the kidney function has reduced to less than 15% with GFR≦14ml/min, and if patients receive no treatment, the life expectancy is about six months. On the contrary, people with dialysis have an average life expectancy of 3-5 years, and only 23% of them can live for 10 years.
Generally speaking, kidney transplant can give people a chance to live longer than those with dialysis. However, there are some cases that patients suffer from the recurrence of the disease. If so, patients may go on dialysis or even receive a second kidney transplant, especially for those who have IgA Nephropathy or FSGS (focal segmental glomerular sclerosis).
Is there any possibility that patients live a longer life without dialysis or kidney transplant? Fortunately, the answer is “yes”. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has been widely used as an alternative to dialysis and kidney transplant. If the patient’s kidney functions stably, he or she can absolutely try this therapy.
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