It depends on how damaged they are, and by what. Infections can be treated with antibiotics, and medications that cause kidney damage can be replaced. If you are diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, you can delay the onset of the disease by keeping your blood pressure low and controlling your glucose levels if you have diabetes. Talk to your doctor, they probably have more/better information about steps you can take.
Kidney damage is most often the result of another medical condition. The extent of the repair you can do to your kidneys will depend on the cause of the damage and the extent of the damage. Severe cases of kidney damage may require dialysis to help your body filter out waste and fulids. If a kidney is irrepairable, then a kidney transplant is also another roption. Fully repairing your kidneys in most cases isn’t possible, but theree are several things that you can do to improve your kidneys and help it continue its required functions.
Work with a nutritionist to help develop an appropriate eating plan to battle the condition plaguing your kidney. Monitoring your intake of protein, cholesterol, sodium and potassium are important in helping your kidney. Drinking lots of water and low amounts of alcohol are vital in helping maintain the health of your kidney.
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