"I am suffering from Stage 4 Renal Failure and Type 1 Diabetes, 60 years old. My creatinine is 2.5, GFR 22. I have ankle swelling and a little breath difficulty. I don't want to receive dialysis or kidney transplant. Is there any good treatment to enhance my kidney function?"
Please don't worry about your disease. We are the one of the largest kidney
disease specialized hospital around the world. Every month we have more than 800
patients with kidney disease or Diabetes for hospitalization, so we have
accumulated rich experience on this subject.
1. Your creatinine 2.5 is higher than normal level (0.6~1.2), which means
your glomeruli, especially the bore diameter has been damaged, so a lot of
proteins are released into the urine. So, you present high creatinine.
2. The presence of swelling and shortness of breath mean that your kidneys
get damaged, especially the renal tubules are damaged. The main function of
renal tubules is to re-absorb the useful things from initial urine, and gets rid
of the wastes into the urine. If the renal tubules get damaged, the water/liquid
can't be discharged from urine, so they begin to go into human body. As a
result, you begin to present swelling in eyelid, then leg, foot etc. Now you
have a little shortness of breath, which means liquid go in to your chest or
3. Now, you have Type 1 Diabetes and Stage 4 Kidney Failure. Please notice
that both of the diseases always connected with each other. If one disease
cannot be well controlled, the other one will get affected. Therefore, in order
to prevent the progression of the disease, we should treat the root cause-Type 1
Diabetes from the root.
According to your illness condition, we suggest you adopt
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to repair your damaged
kidneys and Immunotherapy to repair the damaged pancreas and
enhance the whole body's immunity.
Please notice that you have already in Stage 4 Kidney Failure. If you cannot
control the disease well, you will develop into stage 5, at that time, you have
to start dialysis. Therefore, early and quick treatment is of great importance
to you. Any questions? You can email to firstname.lastname@example.org.