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What Is The Best Treatment for PKD with Blood Urine

2014-04-21 02:19


Questions: I am suffering from PKD and now blood urine troubles me too. What should I do? What is the best treatment for PKD with blood urine?



Answers: The blood urine may be a result of cysts rupture. The cysts in your kidneys may have probably grown up and cause damage to your surrounding kidney tissues. Without taking treatment in time and properly, the cysts will continue growing bigger and more and more kidney tissues will be damaged. Your blood urine will become more serious.

The best treatment is thought to be able to shrink cysts and repair the damaged kidney tissues. So here Hot Compress Therapy is suggested to take. It is a natural treatment developed from the Traditional Chinese Medicine. Designed for achieving such a purpose, it has received a good reaction in clinic. The effective herbal ingredients will be permeated into kidneys through the Shenshu acupoints. They can expand the blood vessels and increase the reabsorption ability. Also, it can stop the growth of the cyst by preventing the cystic epithelial cells from secreting cystic fluids. At the same time, it will repair the damaged kidney cells and improving kidney function. So the symptoms like blood urine will be relieved a lot. If you want to know more about this therapy, you can send me to for more information.

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