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Natural Treatment for Renal Cortical Cyst

2012-09-19 17:47

Renal cortical cyst is a pocket filled with watery fluid. It develops in the cortex where the functional units of the kidneys grow.

If you have a small renal cortical cyst that is not causing any problems, your doctor will generally recommend you to leave it alone. However, you should keep periodic follow-up in every 6~12 months. If your renal cyst is keeping randomly, a treatment will be prescribed to you at once.

If you have a renal cortical cysts that causes obvious symptoms, such as back pain, frequent infections, blood in urine, etc, you should seek for a treatment at once. If left uncontrolled, the cyst will compress the adjacent functional units, resulting in gradual renal function decline.

As for the treatment of renal cortical cyst, a physician usually drain and permanently harden small renal cyst by inserting a needle directly into them. Then, the cystic fluid is removed and is replaced with alcohol. This can cause the tissues that makes up the cyst to harden. However, the recurrence rate of the cyst is pretty high.

For the larger cyst, you require surgery to remove it.Laparoscopic surgery is a preferable treatment for the patients. If the cyst grows in the deep part of the kidney, the surgery is usually not available.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a natural treatment for renal cortical cyst. It develops from traditional Chinese medicines which date back to ancient China. Chinese medicines are mainly composed of herbs and also contain minerals, animal bones, etc in certain proportion. As they do not contain chemical compositions, they are free of side effects completely. However, if the traditional Chinese medicine is against the compatible regularity, it may do more harm than good to your body. Therefore, you should never take medicines without seeing a professional practitioner.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an external therapy and the micronized medicines can be penetrated into kidney lesions directly. The active medicine substances can inactive the epithelial cells that can produce fluid persistently, thus stopping the cyst growth. On the other hand, it can promote the excretion of fluid, thus shrinking cysts. As it is an external therapy just like massage, it does not cause pain or other discomfortable feelings.

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