Kidney Cyst is a benign lesion which is divided into two types: Simple kidney cyst and complex kidney cyst. The two types of renal cyst have different nature so that they have different prognosis. What is the prognosis of complex kidney cyst? What affects the renal cyst prognosis?
Factors that affect complex kidney cyst prognosis
As mentioned above, the different natures of kidney cyst affect the prognosis. In general, complex Kidney cysts have irregular walls and shapes. The fluid in complex kidney cyst is more dangerous than simple kidney cyst, and it is more likely to cause symptoms and be cancerous. Besides, the size and location of the cyst, people’s age, physical health, and medical history, etc will all affect the prognosis of renal cyst.
Prognosis of complex kidney cyst
Complex renal cysts manifest in many disorders and diseases. These incidences include Polycystic Kidney Disease, medullary sponge kidney and medullary cystic disorder. For those who have such kidney disease with complex cysts have an average life expectancy of fifty years, and they can live more than 10 years after the occurrence of symptoms caused by complex kidney cyst.
How to improve the prognosis of complex kidney cyst?
Complex kidney cyst is symptomatic and you if you have known the risks of prognosis, you must want to take treatment immediately to reduce the risks as much as possible. You can do as the following methods:
1. Keep a healthy diet: A low-salt, moderate of high-quality protein, essential vitamins, calories and carbohydrates is usually recommended. Fresh vegetables and fruits are good for shrinking kidney cysts and fighting inflammations.
2. Chinese medicines
Traditional Chinese medicines are more natural and effective for shrinking kidney cyst. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Hot Compress Therapy, Chinese herbal tea are all good ways to achieve your goal. These therapies can improve the prognosis by treating symptoms or complications as well as improve kidney function.
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