Treatment for Glomerulonephritis to Kidney Failure Caused by Gout

2017-05-20 14:42

Treatment for Glomerulonephritis to Kidney Failure Caused by GoutMr. Zhao is 48 years old who has been gout for many years and he was diagnosed with Chronic Glomerulonephritis. Due to his ignorance and treatment delay, his condition progressed to Kidney Failure with High Creatinine Level.

Before he heard our famous doctor—Dr. Stone, so this time he was happy when he saw him, “Dr. Stone, it is very nice to meet you.”

According to his condition, doctor arranged him systemic TCM treatments, including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath Therapy, etc.

Why does gout cause Kidney Failure?

To be honest, gout is caused by large amount of urate deposition. If these urate accumulate in the kidney, which may form kidney stone or block kidney tubules, leading to kidney damage.

Although Mr. Zhao had relapsed gout for several times, he did not pay attention until he had severe Edema and was weakness of the whole body. Along with the decline of glomerular filtration rate (GFR), the patient had renal insufficiency and even Kidney Failure.

Not all people who have high urea will have gout and not all patients with gout will cause kidney damage. Despite it is chronic disorder, it is possible to control the condition effectively in early stage.

Thus it is very important for patients to take timely and proper treatments in the early stage to save kidney function from Kidney Failure even Kidney Dialysis. If you are interested in the Chinese treatments, please leave message below or consult ONLINE DOCTOR for free or email to us. We will do utmost to help you.

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