How long can patients with Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) live? Many patients feel very scared when they found they have Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD). As this is a kind of genetic disease, patients wonders how fast this disease will develop and how long they can live. However, they don’t have to worry so much.
Although Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) is a type of genetic disease and the
complete cure for this is available at present, patients can live a normal life
if this can be controlled well in the early stage. In clinical, there is no
specific datum for this question, because the illness condition of patients
differs very much and they may adopt different treatment methods. What’s more,
their daily health care can be completely different. All of these factors may
effects the progression of this disease and the life expectancy of the patients.
So, if patients can adopt effective treatment methods and pay attention to the
reasonable daily life habits to control the progression of this disease well, it
is possible for patients to lead a normal and long life.
To achieve this goal, patients should pay attention to the following two
First, according to the progression of this disease, it can be divided into
five stages. And the earlier it is treated, the better the effects are. This is
because: with the enlargement of the disease, they will gradually compress the
surrounding renal tissues and damage the renal cells and renal function. Once
the renal cells and renal function is damaged, it is very hard to repair. So we
advocate adopting methods as early as possible, instead of waiting the
enlargement of the cysts and the damage to the renal function and dialysis. As
for the early treatment, Micro-Chinese Medicine is a rather good therapy.
Second, reasonable daily life habits are very important for patients to
control the progression of this disease. The attack of this disease is the
result of internal gene factors and the external stimulation factors. If we
patients can control the external factors well, there is a great chance for them
to lead a better life.
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