“My doctor said that my kidneys are getting smaller, their size is 8.4 and 8.6, I need your advises to get to the normal.”
According to the patient’s condition, we can judge out that the patient’s kidneys are failure. Kidney is an indispensable organ and plays a very important role in our body. So, if your kidneys are damaged, it means you may have health problems. Next, we will make the analysis about the question.
Why do the kidneys get smaller?
In clinic, the phenomenon that kidneys get smaller is called kidney atrophy. In fact, there are many causes can lead to kidney atrophy, such as congenital or acquired renal parenchymal disease, secondary kidney disease, chronic pyelonephritis, renal artery stenosis, renal tuberculosis and so on. There are many complications of kidney atrophy, such as high blood pressure, nausea and vomiting, headache, poor appetite, muscle cramp and so on, if in serious condition, it may be life-threatening.
How to help the atrophy kidney recover to normal?
Expelling other factors, if your kidney atrophy is caused by the kidney diseases, we advise you choosing Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, because this therapy aims at repairing the damaged kidney and recovering the renal function. This therapy is applied on lower back and the micro Chinese medicines are more active to penetrate into kidneys. These medicines are proved to have the functions of expanding blood vessels, promoting blood flowing, improving the kidney condition of ischemia and oxygen-poor. Besides, these medicines also can activate the renal inherent cells, and promote the rebuild of renal tissues. One more point, there are many deposited immune complexes and wastes in blood and kidneys, with the help of micro Chinese medicine, these substances can be degraded and excreted out. As time goes on, the damaged kidney can be repaired and renal function also can be improved, thus the kidney atrophy can recover to normal.
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