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Stop dialysus by ayurveda
Is there any way to stop dialysis and creatinine lvl reduce by ayurvedic treatment. Patient on dialysis from av festula from last 1 year .creatine lvl 10 ckd5.
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Please listen carefully. It is dangerous to avoid dialysis and go in search of any alternative medicine including Ayurveda. Stay continued on Dialysis and obey the instructions of the Nephrologist. If you can provide complete medical records, we may help you with associated difficulties, upto a certain extent possible, through Ayurveda. However please be informed that there is no permanent cure in any medical system other than dialysis or Renal Transplant. Even after transplant, the patient needs to take life long medication. There is no permanent solution. But the quality of life can be much better after a transplant, if the inconvenience of taking life long medicine can be neglected. The patient can almost lead a normal life.
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Ayurved medication works in good way based on your prakruti analysis n life style..consult us via practo online
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Yes it is there. But have to do a thorough examination before starting the treatment.
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10gm of Guduchi powder+5 gm dry ginger powder +1 feast of coriander seeds boil them in 1 lit water for 3 min and use it for drinking.
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Hello...... There is no other way, if you are in end stage of kidney failure, you have to go for dialysis. You serum creatinine and blood urea should be maintained in optimum level... Can undergo renal transplantion surgery depending on other favorable factor. Consult neurologist.
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