Is renal parenchymal disease in transplanted kidney curable? Today, one 26-year-old young man asked this question online. Also, he told us that his creatinine level is 4.7 and his transplanted kidney donated by his dad. We can know it is fairly important for him to protect his transplant. Otherwise, he may need to begin dialysis or accept another kidney transplant.
Firstly, we need to get an overview of renal parenchymal disease.
Renal parenchymal disease refers to disorders in renal parenchyma which consists of about one million nephrons. That is to say, renal parenchymal disease affects patients’ kidney functioning tissues. Then, kidneys fail to expel extra fluid, waste products and toxins from the blood. Accordingly, high creatine level, swelling, proteinuria, decreased urine output, etc may appear.
If renal parenchyma is damaged seriously, patients have to begin dialysis or do kidney transplant.
Is renal parenchymal disease for kidney transplant patients curable?
The unfortunate answer is no. This is because once kidneys are damaged, it is impossible to make it as healthy as normal kidney again. Please, don’t lose your confidence. Although modern medicine is unable to cure damaged renal parenchyma completely, some treatments indeed can stop the aggravation of patients’ illness condition and repair damaged kidney cells.
What therapies can help treat renal parenchymal disease?
The onset of this disease is usually due to less blood flow through kidneys, resulting in anoxia and ischemia. Besides, inflammatory reaction is also one common cause. For this reason, we give out the following treatment.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy: With the effects of anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, expanding blood vessels and degrading extracellular matrix, this therapy can increase the blood flow into kidneys and supply enough oxygen and nutrition for kidney cells. Thus, renal parenchymal damage can be reversed gradually.
Besides, some other auxiliary treatments are also needed including Hot Compress Therapy, Acupuncture, Massage, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath and so on. Email your latest test report or illness condition to firstname.lastname@example.org, so we can determine your treatment plan.