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2017年4月17日星期一

How Do the Multiple Cysts Shrink

Many patients with Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) wonder how the multiple cysts shrink after receiveing Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. To know about this, we should learn that how the cysts grow bigger and bigger. How Do the Multiple Cysts Grow Bigger and Bigger?
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The endothelial cells in the kidneys of patients with PKD will excrete fluid to form multiple cysts. These cysts will grow with the increasing age. With more and more fluid excreted, the cysts will grow bigger and bigger. If the cysts grow big enough to damage the kidneys, the kidneys are more likely to experience damage. And severe damage to the kidneys may cause Kidney Failure. Hence, the best chance to treat PKD is to control the growth of the cysts before their damage to the kidneys.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy:
This therapy is always used to treat various kidney diseases, which is mainly composed of herbal medicines (cordyceps). It is not used orally comparing with traditional herbal medicines.
Patients just need lie on two small bags of micro-medicine (powder medicine) to receive treatment.
How to Shrink Cysts for PKD Patients
How Do the Multiple Cysts Shrink?
After the medicine is permeated into the cysts, the endothelial cells can be inactivated. In this condition, the fluid cannot be excreted further, which means that the bigger and smaller cysts will not grow and the recessive ones will not form.
In conclusion, patients with Polycystic Kidney Disease are recommended to receive effective treatment to make the cysts controlled in case of the kidney damage or Kidney Failure.
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