Successful Treatment of Chronic Kidney Disease with Mitral Valve Prolapse
Dr. Black had a 52 year old female patient with chronic kidney disease. The patient was experiencing symptoms of night sweats, cold hands, hot flashes, fatigue, and anemia. Initial blood analysis revealed her GFR at 14, Creatinine at 3.38, and BUN at 50. After reviewing her case history, Dr. Black recommended an initial 4 week treatment protocol of Xcel to strengthen kidney function, LC Balancer to support microcirculation, Formula C to restore kidney connective tissue, and KS formula to remove kidney inflammation.
After a month, the patient reassessed her blood work. Her GFR was at 15, Creatinine at 3.31, and BUN at 44. Her bloodwork revealed excessive protein in her urine. For the following month of treatment, Dr. Black recommended continuing with the LC Balancer, KS formula, and Formula C. He reduced the dosage of Xcel to 1/3 so as to not put too much pressure on the kidney. Towards the end of the month the patient discovered she had a cyst and also experienced bouts of dizziness. Dr. Black recommended adding B-2, to support her lymphatic circulation and Spleen, and Qi Booster, to improve blood flow to the heart, at half dose along with the other products she was already taking.
Seeing consistent but slow improvement, the patient remained on the same protocol for the following two months. She reported that her MD wanted her to get a kidney transplant. The following month the patient discovered she had a mitral valve prolapse. Dr. Black recommended adding Myogen, to support heart function, and Nuresis, to improve bladder control, along with the other treatments she was already taking. After taking the Myogen and Nuresis for one month the patient reported that her heart felt more normal and she did have better bladder control.
Heart conditions such as pericardial effusion is a common complication for end stage chronic kidney disease patients. Since the patient is responding well with the initial heart treatment, the following month Dr. Black recommended to continue with the Myogen to help unload the metabolic waste from the pericardium and add CV, B-2 and Qi Booster to dissolve atherosclerotic plaques from blood vessels with additional kidney formula including Renogen to remove scar tissue in the kidney and Cellgen to promote cell growth of the kidney. The following month the patient had a re-evaluation of her blood work and found her GFR was at 14, BUN at 44, and Creatinine at 3.81. The increased level of BUN and Creatinine is indicating release of wastes from a possible pericardial effusion. The patient continued treatment for 3 more months adding in the Anemic formula to help her anemic condition now that her kidney was stronger. The blood work after 2 months of heart treatment started showing improvement with her GFR at 15, BUN at 53 and creatinine at 3.28. After 3 months of treatment the blood work showed her creatinine was further decreased to 3.14 with the GFR at 15 and BUN at 45. Patient is continuing the treatment for both her kidney and heart conditions. The patient finally reported that she was seeing constant progress with her condition rather than seeing degradation.
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