Kidney shrinkage or Renal Atrophy occurs when may nephrons are dead. When that happens, it definitely means the kidney function has been damaged.
Is Kidney Shrinkage reversible?
Kidney Shrinkage is not reversible. What patients should do is to protect and enhance the remaining kidney function. Our kidneys have strong compensatory ability, so one can work more to function adequately when the other is damage.
How is Kidney Shrinkage treated?
This answer depends on the primary causes and symptoms of Kidney Shrinkage. Diabetes, high blood pressure, some immune diseases and infections can all cause kidney damage, and results in Kidney Shrinkage. Therefore, the goal of treatment should include relieving symptoms and control complications.
What are the natural treatment for Kidney Shrinkage?
● Diet. To be strict, diet play an important role in treating kidney disease to reduce the stress on kidneys. Since the kidneys fail to remove wastes and fluid effectively, Kidney Shrinkage patients are required to limit sodium, protein, potassium and phosphorous intake.
Fluid intake should also be taken based on they patient’s body weight and urine output.
In addition, in the late stage of Kidney Shrinkage, patients should increase high-quality protein intake. As for detailed suggestion, please email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below.
● Control blood pressure and blood glucose levels. These two factors are common reasons why kidney damage occurs. Therefore, patients should make them under control either by diet or medicines.
● Medicines. Kidney Shrinkage patients should choose medicines carefully, sine some of them will cause kidney damage. I recommend patients to take Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The key effect of these Chinese herbs is to improve blood circulation and enhance remaining renal function. They are very natural and sage for patients. Most important, our medicines can solve the underlying problems. That’s why more and more patients from abroad choose to come to China for our treatment. Any questions, please leave a message below.