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Family and Life, Family and Life of PKD

There is no doubt PKD can affect the family and life, a real Polycystic Kidney Disease treatment can help PKD patients improve the quality of life.

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What Does High Urea Nitrogen Mean

Urea nitrogen level, especially in the blood, is a blood test result used to evaluate kidney function. If your kidneys are not able to remove urea from the blood normally, your BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) level rises. What else should you kno...Read More

Be Cautious about Nephrotic Medicines

With the prevalence of over-the-counter medicines, many people choose to deal with problems by their own. However, some medicines are nephrotoxic and may cause kidney damage, even Kidney Failure. I am not exaggerating the effects. Here is t...Read More

What Will Happen If We Stop Dialysis for Kidney

Dialysis can replace failed kidneys to filter blood wastes and excess fluids. However, dialysis is not a natural treatment because it causes many side effects. What will happen if we stop dialysis for kidney? How long will I live if I stop...Read More

Will Hydrogen Peroxide Injections Hurt CKD Patient

Hydrogen peroxide has great antibacterial qualities, so it is always used to fight against parasites, viruses, bacteria and yeast. Will hydrogen peroxide infection hurt patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)? Intravenous hydrogen peroxi...Read More

A Homeopathic Remedy for Proteinuria in CKD

Proteinuria, which is present as foamy urine is one common symptom of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). It is very necessary to reduce proteinuria to protect kidney function. Is there a homeopathic remedy for proteinuria in CKD? Homeopathic med...Read More

Is Potassium Level of 5.36 a Concern

Normal potassium level in the blood is 3.5-5.0 mmol/L. So potassium level of 5.36 is indeed a concern of you. The medical name of this condition is hyperkalemia. I can give you some suggestions to reduce potassium level. Read this article a...Read More

What Kind of Jobs Can PKD Patients Take

When people are diagnosed with Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD), they may have many questions since this kidney disease will make their life different from the before. What kind of jobs can PKD patients take? Well, if you have similar questi...Read More

If a Blood Urea Level of 11.4 Is Serious with a Raised Potassium

Both urea and excess potassium are removed by kidneys. If these levels are higher than normal range, they will affect many organs and systems. If a blood urea level of 11.4 is serious with a raised potassium? How serious is blood urea 11.4...Read More

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