HI! my boyfriend is now suffering for acute kidney failure.. he's taking a hemodialysis 2x a week.. i'm really worried about his condition now.. i don't what to do..
there was a time that after his dialysis he had a hard time to breathe, feeling dizzy.. and his joints is aching..
now, he's just off at the emergency room.. because he can't breathe very well and during his dialysis, he had a seizure..
please give advice on how we can overcome or handle the situation very well.. is there any possible thing we can do.. thanks.. and God bless
So sorry to hear this. I don't know anything about kidney failure. I suggest you research all you can find about his condition. And pray a lot. I'll say one, too.
I am sorry to hear this. I suggest not letting the stress of it come between yall, I have had seizures before and I know they are scary to go thru and to watch, and take it day by day. Maybe try finding out if he can get a donor. Much prayers.
According to my experience Magnetic therapy works good to overcome kidney problems. Intaking of 5 ml North Pole Magnetic Water in evening time will make some improvement in health. I pray God for your friend!
:-) thank you for all the prayers.. we really need it.. thank you and God Bless too.. take care also..
i wish that he will be ok soon.. he's really in pain right now.. i thought if your having a dialysis, he'll gets better.. but what's happening now, is that he gets weaker and weaker :-(
This is such a sad situation. You didn't mention what caused the kidney failure. The effect of dialysis may depend on the cause of the disease. Very sadly, most people who need dialysis will need it for the rest of their lives. It's a cruel thing that shatters people's lives. Some people are able to lease dialysis machines to have in their homes so they don't have to travel to hospital for the treatment. It sounds like your boyfriend is quite weak but hopefully his is a disease which can be effectively treated.
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