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Is It Possible to Recover from Kidney Malfunction


2013-12-07 16:33

Is It Possible to Recover from Kidney MalfunctionKidney malfunction describes as kidneys are unable to do their job properly. If left alone, diseased kidneys may cause more and more problems in other organs or systems. Here, many renal patients ask whether it is possible to recover from kidney malfunction.

Kidney malfunction and kidney recovery

The human body has certain self-curative ability. When some harmful substances damage the body, it will struggle to overcome the damage and disease. If the damage is slight, kidney inherent cells can repair it spontaneously. However, if the extent of kidney damage is beyond kidneys’ capacity, some medical therapies are needed to increase kidneys’ self-curative ability or deal with the underlying causes.

When all kidney function is lost, it is possible to manage kidney malfunction. At that time, dialysis or kidney transplant may be patients’ only choice.

What treatments can help patients recover from kidney malfunction?

Kidney malfunction is one condition in which tiny blood capillaries are damaged and less blood flows through kidneys. Over time, more and more kidney inherent cells become necrotic. In view of this, the treatment which can manage kidney malfunction should have several effects.

1. Figure out the underlying cause and manage it

Diabetes, hypertension, lupus, side effects of some medications, autoimmune disease, etc, all can lead to kidney problem. Different causes need different treatments. To guarantee you can get correct treatments, finding out the underlying cause should be the first step.

2. Increase the blood flow into kidneys

Kidneys have a close link with blood circulation. Kidneys are responsible for cleansing blood, while blood circulation is in charge of supplementing enough blood and oxygen to kidneys. Only if more blood is transported into kidneys can damaged kidney cells get enough nutrition to recover.

3. Improve damaged kidney cells’ self-curative ability

Since inherent kidney cells can get recovery naturally, some assistant treatments are needed. When kidneys’ self-curative ability increases, more and more impaired but not necrotic cells will recover to work.

No matter which treatment you want to try, remember firstly check whether it has the above effects. If you can’t determine, consult the online doctor or leave a message to kidneyabc@hotmail.com to ask help from kidney experts here.




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