ESRD Basics: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

ESRD stands for End Stage Renal Disease. As a life-threatening disease, it refers to a serious illness condition characterized by complete or almost complete loss of kidney function. Then, what causes this disorder? What are the symptoms and treatments? Follow me and you can find the answer.


According to a research, diabetes and long-term high blood pressure are the two causes of ESRD. Aside from the above two factors, diseases like Polycystic Kidney Disease, Lupus and Purpura can also lead to this fatal disease or kidney failure. Therefore, protecting kidneys from damaged is of great importance.

In addition, some conditions can increase the risk of progressing ESRD, such as injury or trauma to the kidneys.


ESRD patients may experience a wide range of symptoms including:

Itchy skin, dry skin

Fatigue and weakness

Unexplained weight loss

Loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting

Shortness of breath, deep breath

Foamy urine or a decreased urination output

Swelling around the eyelid, ankles or even the whole body


In most cases, dialysis or a kidney transplant may be suggested by the doctors. Even if the are helpful, they can no nothing to repair kidney function.

After years of research, experts at our Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital created a therapy known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. Based on traditional Chinese medicine, it can effectively repair kidney function and alleviate the relevant symptoms.

It is convenient and comfortable. As the herbs are all come from nature, so patients do not need to worry about its side effects. Besides, it can help strengthen immune system and increase immunity effectively.

If you have been diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease, we are always here to help. Remember that the earlier treatment, the better the result. Any doubts about this topic, you are welcomed to email or consult with our online doctor directly.


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