Your kidneys are among the most important organs in the body. They filter out toxins and other waste materials, ensuring the fluids in your body achieve a balanced level and keeping harmful particles from circulating throughout the body. While it is possible to live with one kidney, if you are forced to have both kidneys removed, you will require dialysis. Kidney failure presents itself in acute and chronic forms and can be the result of an autoimmune disease or organ failure.
The team of professional at Cords of Revitalization are helping patients with kidney disease regain their quality of life with stem cell iv therapy. There are a variety of stem cells, each containing properties that serve unique benefits. We have carefully sourced our stem cells to ensure our patients receive the highest quality and greatest effect towards helping improve their condition.
What is Kidney Disease?
Chronic Kidney disease is a condition that will not repair itself over time but will actually worsen as time goes on. The primary cause for chronic kidney disease is persistently-high blood pressure. This increased blood pressure damages vessels inside the kidney until it is unable to perform its normal function.
Acute kidney failure occurs when your kidneys suddenly become unable to filter waste products from your blood. When your kidneys lose their filtering ability, dangerous levels of wastes may accumulate, and your blood’s chemical makeup may get out of balance. Acute kidney failure develops in less than a few days. Acute kidney failure is most common in people who are already hospitalized, particularly in critically ill people who need intensive care.
Lastly, As mentioned above, your kidneys could begin to decline due to autoimmune dysfunction, in which your immune system begins to attack kidney cells, gradually breaking down one or both kidneys.
Some forms of kidney failure are only detectable via a blood test. Symptoms of acute kidney failure may include:
- Decreased urine output, although occasionally urine output remains normal
- Fluid retention
- Trouble breathing
- Chest pain or pressure
Kidney disease can develop due to direct and indirect factors so it is always best to seek medical help as soon as symptoms present themselves. Early intervention could dramatically improve recovery. Below are some of the common causes of kidney disease:
Chronic Kidney Disease
- High blood pressure
Acute Kidney Failure can occur when:
- You have a condition that inhibits blood flow to your kidneys
- Direct damage to your kidneys
- Your kidneys’ urine drainage tubes are blocked and waste can’t be excreted through urination
How Stem Cells can Help With Kidney Disease
Stem cells can help manage and mitigate kidney disease in two main ways, repair and replace damaged and dying kidney cells, and help restore order to your immune system.
Stem cells contain powerful regenerative properties along with the ability to differentiate into a range of essential cell types for cellular repair. These cells are what are known as ‘unprogrammed’ cells, meaning they contain all of the necessary components to serve multiple functions- they simply take direction from nearby cells.
For patients with kidneys that have damaged cell structures or forms of degenerative kidney diseases, stem cells can help encourage cellular repair. This can help fortify damaged kidneys, improving efficiency and enabling them to properly filter fluids.
The other important benefit provided by stem cell IV therapy is what’s known as immunomodulation. Think of this as a balancing effect, when your immune system is underperforming, it provides support to enable proper function and when your immune system is acting too aggressively, it provides a suppressant effect.
Autoimmune conditions that target the kidneys can be suppressed with the introduction of stem cells into the system. These new cells contain immune blockers that can deactivate overly aggressive immune functions. This helps manage kidney damage and provides the stem cells the opportunity to repair the damaged tissue and restore function.
Stem Cell IV Therapy for Kidney Disease in Mexicali, Mexico
If you have questions about stem cell therapy or would like to know more about kidney disease and the options that are available to you, reach out to the specialists at Cords of Revitalization today. Call our offices to speak with a representative from our team or schedule a consultation online. Take the first step towards restoring your quality of life!