Diabetes is hard to manage. You can get a comprehensive understanding of the disease here and get the information about the latest treatments and get professional advices. read more

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a brand-new therapy based on traditional Chinese herbal medicines dating back thousands of years ago. It combines the essences of herbal medicines read more

Hormonal therapy is commonly used to treat Kidney Disease in clinic. It refers to use one or more than one hormone medicines to suppress the over-reactive immune reaction read more

Patients are suggested to treat kidney disease first before they get pregnant read more

If you are diagnosed with Kidney Disease, you should talk to your doctor about starting an exercise read more

Foods and Drinks play an important role in Kidney Disease patients read more

Kidney Disease News and Events read more

In every week, a famous experienced renal medicine specialist will be invited to help diagnose and evaluate inpatient's disease condition, offering detailed therapeutic schedule. read more

Font Size A A A

How Long Can You Live with Failing Kidneys

2014-01-08 06:39

How Long Can You Live with Failing KidneysGenerally speaking, complications caused by failing kidneys are more serious than kidney disease itself. If your kidneys are losing their functioning tissues gradually, you must want to know how long you can live with failing kidneys. Here, you can follow me to find the answer.

Kidneys and our life expectancy

Kidneys are great excretory organs that guarantee clean blood circulation, stable electrolyte balance and normal fluid and sodium balance. With healthy kidneys, the byproducts of protein break down won’t accumulate in the body. Otherwise, more and more metabolic wastes build up in the blood, so as to cause a series of complications. Some of them such as acidosis and hyperkalemia are life-threatening.

How long can you live with failing kidneys?

The answer for individuals changes from person to person, because failing kidneys is only one factor to determine patients’ life expectancy. If you are in early stage kidney disease, it is still possible to live as long as healthy people with effective treatments and healthy diet and lifestyle. In moderate or end stage kidney disease, the declining rate of kidney function, onset of complications, the pattern of diet and lifestyle, etc, all affect your life span. From this point, you along with your doctor can change your life expectancy to some extent. The following treatments may be helpful for you.

- Hot Compress Therapy: Putting two osmotic devices in the kidney area, the effective ingredients can permeate into kidney lesion directly. On one hand, these medicines can work quickly. On the other hand, they can make patients improve their kidney function and control their symptoms obviously.

- Medicated Bath: As one natural auxiliary remedy, medicated bath is easy to take at home. The biggest effect of this therapy is to enhance patients’ immunity and regulate their blood circulation. In addition, it is good to lower creatinine and BUN level.

A kidney-friendly diet and healthy lifestyle are also very important to make your live longer with failing kidneys. If you want to learn more any aspect of the above treatment, welcome to leave a message to kidneyabc@hotmail.com.

If you send us email, please leave your phone number or WhatsApp/Viber (with country code) in email so that our renal expert can communicate with you timely and directly. We will do utmost to help you solve the problems.

What else you want to know:
Make An Appointment Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
How can I get this treatment?
How can I get this treatment in my countries?
How much does this treatment cost?
What is the duration if I receive this treatment in your hospital?
What should I prepare to your hospital except visa?
How can I go to your hospital?

(+area code)Phone Number:
Whatsapp :
Disease Description:
contact us
Kidney Failure Questionnaire
patient story

Patient Story

Latest Articles

Kidney Disease:
Information :
symptoms treatment