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How Long Can You Live with 5% Kidney Function

How long can I live with 5% kidney function? Recently, a kidney patient asked me this question. I believe that it is also the issues that most patients with kidney disease care. In this article, lets talk about this most concerned question....Read More

How Long Can I Live with Kidney Function 42%

The life expectancy is the hotly discussed issue among patients with kidney disease. Many patients are afraid that they cannot live longer if kidney disease comes. In this article, lets talk about this question: how long can I live with kid...Read More

How to Improve GFR Level Naturally

GFR is shorted for glomerular filtration rate. It is a reliable indicator of kidney function. Low GFR may indicate that there are problems with kidneys. Then how to improve GFR level naturally? Several ways can help improve GFR level natura...Read More

How to Increase GFR with Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease Naturally

GFR(glomerular filtration rate ) is an reliable indicator of how well kidney is functioning. Kidney function will decrease with the decline of GFR. Patients with chronic kidney disease have moderate decline of GFR and kidney function. Then...Read More

How to Increase GFR Naturally

Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) is the volume of fluid filtered from the renal glomerular capillaries into the Bowmans capsule per unit time. Central to the physiologic maintenance of GFR is the differential basal tone of the afferent and...Read More

How to Improve GFR with Natural Remedies

Kidney plays an important role in keep the overall health of our body. It is a blood cleaner by clearing the metabolic waste and toxins out of the blood. Glomerular is the main part of kidney, which helps kidney do the job. The waste and to...Read More

How to Improve GFR

The GFR test measures how well your kidneys are filtering a waste called creatinine, which is produced by the muscles. A GFR result below 15 mL/min/1.73 m2 is a sign of kidney failure and dialysis will be prescribed. Therefore, how to impro...Read More

Low GFR

When GFR levels decline to a certain degree, dialysis or kidney transplant will be recommended to help save patients lives in many countries. And how to improve GFR levels effectively becomes the key to avoid dialysis and kidney transplant....Read More