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Is It Possible to Stop Dialysis with Creatinine 8.0

Because my creatinine level rises to 8.0, so my doctor suggests to begin dialysis. Now, I have done dialysis for two months but suffered from muscle cramps, nausea and vomiting, so I want to know whether it is possible to stop dialysis.

The Doctor Answered:

Creatinine 8.0 means too much excess waste builds up in your body. Dialysis, a kidney replacement therapy, is used to remove these waste products from the body to clean your blood. If you stop dialysis without kidney function improvement, excess waste can’t be eliminated out of the body any more. As a result, the deposition of these wastes including creatinine will damage many other organs as well as kidneys. Generally, people who stop dialysis treatment without remedial measures only can survive from several days to several weeks.

If you want to stop dialysis, the only way, at present, is to repair the damaged kidney functioning cells in a clean internal environment. Here, we would like to recommend the therapy of blood stasis.

With the help of blood purifications and medicines, wastes both in the blood vessels and sticking to the vascular walls are removed from the body thoroughly. Keeping kidneys in such a clean internal environment, damaged kidney cells can recover to work gradually. Of course in this whole treatment, some herbal medicines which can improve the regeneration of new tissues are also used. Once your kidney function increases to 15% and maintains stable, you can stop dialysis treatment with the permission of your doctor.

Stopping dialysis means you can get rid of muscle cramps, nausea and vomiting to large extent. Hopefully, you can become the next beneficiary from this therapy.

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