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CKD with HTN
Hi I was diagnosed with CKD and HTN and Hypertensive heart failure on 4th Apr 2016. The Sr. Creatinine was 3.7, Blood urea 90, BP 180/120 and Hemoglobin 9.9 hospitalised for 1 week. After taking complete rest for 2 weeks, i.e. today the blood report shows following: Hemoglobin: 11.60 BUL: 81 Sr. Creatinine: 3.3 Uric Acid: 4.00 Na: 139.70 K: 4.60 Cl: 102.00 My concern is should I continue with Allopathic treatment or switch to Ayurveda treatment. If not can I follow both the treatment simultaneously. Need advice.
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Dr. Sharath Kumar K N
General Physician 3 yrs exp Mandya
Hello, allopathic medicine is a evidence based medicine, there are actually studies which are conducted to know the efficiency of medicines and any procedure, so doctors can give actual statistics about the prognosis of the disease. Please follow allopathic medicine, and consult a good nephrologist. Following both at the same time could be health injuries. Remember chronic renal failure is not completely treatable but can be manageable.
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