Chronic kidney failure is a complicated medical condition and may require joint supervision and treatment by specialists from different fields. Ayurvedic herbal treatment is useful to basically treat and potentially reverse damage to kidneys, which is the hallmark of chronic kidney disease.
However, the conclusion is that the kidneys have been damaged in such a way that no treatment is likely to reverse or even mitigate the damage. The alternative option of kidney transplant is available only in a select few hospitals.
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Chronic kidney failure is also known as chronic renal failure or chronic kidney disease. There are several medical conditions that can cause this condition, including persistent high blood pressure, untreated and/or uncontrolled diabetes, adverse drug reactions, drug abuse, severe infections, and large, impacted kidney stones.
For all possible causes, early diagnosis and early institution of effective treatment are very important in preventing permanent kidney damage. This is easier said than done, since kidney disease in the first 3 stages is often asymptomatic.
It requires a doctor warning familiar with the patient's medical history, to pick up the signs and symptoms of the tell-tale indications of latent renal disease.
Persistent residual sediment in the urine sample, the presence of albumin in the urine, and keratinize levels gradually increase – even though it may be in a normal range defined – is an indicator of kidney damage gradually. The presence of likely causes that are known to damage kidneys, in the long run, should also act as red flags.