According to glomerular filtration rate (GFR), Chronic Kidney Disease is divided into five stages. Stage 3 kidney disease is more severe that stage 2, for less kidney function and more complications. If your kidney problem has developed stage 3 from stage 2, you must wonder whether your individual condition can back to stage 2.
To know the answer, we had better make clear how stage 2 kidney disease progresses to stage 3. In stage 2, kidneys are functioning at 60%-89%. If the primary cause is uncontrolled timely, kidney function will decline continuously. Besides, the build up of waste products can also attack kidneys. Finally, patients’ illness condition develops to stage 3, in which GFR reduces to 30%-59%.
From the above analysis, we can know it is a must to improve kidney function level for reversing stage 3 kidney disease to stage 2. If you are on stage 3 kidney disease, three points maybe helpful.
- Manage the underlying causes: At present, high blood pressure and diabetes are two leading causes of kidney disease. Besides, autoimmune disorders, congenital aspects, unhealthy lifestyle, etc, can also induce kidney problem. Find out what causes your kidney disease, and then control it actively.
- Purify the polluted blood: Kidneys are excretory organ, so many waste products and toxins will build up in blood when kidneys can’t work. To purify the polluted blood can not only prevent further kidney damage but also transport enough nutrition and oxygen for kidneys. Both of these two effects are beneficial for the reverse of stage 3 kidney disease.
- Fix damaged kidney filters: Through increasing the self-curative ability of impaired kidney inherent cells and degrading extracellular matrix, some kidney repairing therapies such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Polluted Blood Therapy do help most patients with stage 3 kidney disease achieve this goal.
To find out which one therapy can help turn around your stage 3 kidney disease, you are suggested to send your test report or case describe to firstname.lastname@example.org.