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Treatment of Chronic Kidney Disease

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  • Posted By: ckdsite
  • December 21, 2011
  • 10:56 AM

Keep a positive attitude and be in an initiative place.No matter which stage your disease condition is in, you must have special medical treatment. However, you yourself should be the key one during all the process of the treatment, so your status matters a lot. You need to cooperate with medical staff, and be active to choose the best treatment approach; keep your diet under doctors' suggestion, and follow their treatment schedule strictly; communicate with other sufferers who have similar condition and share advices; try your best to know more about the disease itself as well as various kinds of treating methods.Control what you eat in daily life.You can not eat whatever you like as you wish, because healthy body is much important than your appetite. You need to ingest the nutrition you lack, and avoid the one does harm to you. If you are undergoing dialysis, have experienced certain surgery, or have some abnormal symptoms in everyday life, what you eat must be permitted by your doctors first.
Treat your primary disease actively.It is your primary disease that causes your kidney lesions, so the most significant treatment for Chronic Kidney Disease is treating the primary ones. Only when your primary diseases such as Hypertension, Diabetes, Purpura have been treated, can your kidney lesion be blocked, and there will be less damage to kidneys aroused by primary diseases. Also, many kinds of complications can be prevented therewith.
Do your utmost to prevent complications.When you suffer from Chronic Kidney Disease, other organ and tissues can be involved in the disease as well due to the lengthy course and the integrity of circulation and system in our body. Therefore, there must be various kinds of complications aroused by kidney lesions, such as Anemia, bone diseases, heart diseases, etc. and even your eyes, feet may be affected. Complications will not only be the risk factors by themselves, but also aggravate the kidney disease further.

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