Dialysis is a common used treatment for kidney failure patients to filter blood and maintain life. If you have dialysis once, do you need it forever? Let’s go on reading to learn more information.
If your disease is acute kidney failure, dialysis is not a life-long treatment.
For acute kidney failure patients, after several times dialysis, kidney function can gradually restore, and then you can reduce dialysis and eventually get rid of it.
For chronic kidney failure patients, once you start dialysis, you may have to live on it forever.
For chronic kidney failure patients, your kidneys have been severely damaged during the long course, which are beyond repair. In such a case, you have to live on dialysis forever. But for some patients, their disease may have an acute development or a sudden decline. If so, it is possible for you to regain some kidney function to get rid of dialysis. But the precondition is that you have effective treatment to help you repair damaged kidneys.
How to get rid of dialysis?
In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, Toxin-Removing Treatment is a widely used treatment for kidney failure patients. This therapy can expel waste products out of body via skin pores, urine and bowel movement to help make the internal environment clean. It can also improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys so that enough essential elements can be transported into damaged kidneys to speed up kidney recovery.
After about one week’s treatment, waste products will go into urine, which make it cloudy. After about half month’s treatment, your creatinine level will go down gradually. After about one month’s treatment, your kidney condition will be enhanced, but you have to keep on treatment to reinforce the effect and make it better.
If you have dialysis once, do you need it forever? It depends on your medical condition. Now as long as you still have urine output and your kidney size is more than 6cm, it is possible for you to get rid of dialysis and promote living quality. Do you want to know more information on our treatment? Please leave a message below or contact online doctor.