I have been on dialysis treatment for about two years. Creatinine level is not that high, and the potassium level is still normal. I have enclosed the latest details of my blood report. Here I would like to know what medical advises you will offer me and whether I can stop dialysis treatment in the future.
You have been taking dialysis for almost two years. Generally speaking, majority of them have got lots of complication when their condition belongs to end stage of renal disease, but your present condition is not as bad as what their condition are.
Secondly, your anemia condition is not so severe, and serum creatinine level is not so high, it means the toxin level is not too much high,so it won't affect your other tissue or organ seriously. At the same time, your calcium level was slight lower than the normal range, and phosphorus level is a little big high, but your potassium level is belonging to the normal range, which all showed that your electrolyte disorder would be able to controlled effectively, and the conclusion is that your renal function was damaged, but you still have some remaining renal function there, and it can help you keep your body balanced temporarily, and it maintains a relatively stable status for your body, but your albumin level is lower than the reference range, which means the remaining intrinsic cells still damaging now, if this situation can not be controlled effectively, it causes lots of complications finally, then it is difficult for us to control your situation. So the most important thing is to prevent the disease from further progressing, otherwise, your condition would be worse and worse rapidly, so timely treatment is needed.
We will help you protect your remaining intrinsic cells, which is quite important for your recovery. Meanwhile, we will help you repair your damaged cells in kidney, as you know, you did not have lots of complications yet, so please try you best to receive the specific and systematic treatment timely, thus achieving a goal of improving your condition soon.
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