Why will dialysis patients experience decreased urine amount?
The decreased urine amount is directly related to the loss in kidney function. In other words, dialysis treatment is unable to stop the kidney function being lost, though it is very necessary and important sometimes. When kidney disease patients undergo dialysis treatment, the blood flow in kidneys will become less briefly, which causes further damage to kidneys. What is more, in addition that dialysis help remove wastes and excessive fluid out of body and relieve some symptoms or complications, it is unable to do anything to repair kidney damage and recover renal function. That is the reason why kidney function is still lost and dialysis patients experience decreased urine amount with the treatment.
What happens if dialysis patients stop producing urine?
If dialysis patients stop producing urine, it means little blood goes through kidneys and all of the kidney function has already been lost.
Will kidney transplant be the only choice then?
If dialysis patients stop producing urine for a long period of time, perhaps kidney transplant becomes the best choice, and we hope patients could receive a successful kidney transplant soon. However, if dialysis patients have had no urine for less than 6 months, then it is still likely to avoid kidney transplant. But to make kidneys work normally again by repairing kidney damage and recovering renal function. Nowadays the Newest Kidney Failure Treatment-Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is commonly used in the clinic and becoming more and more popular around the world. We have to say it brings patients new hopes. We are here offering you more treatment options to help improve the quality of your life, so feel free to let us know, if you have any follow-up questions.
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