How may I start your treatment and is a one-on-one meeting with a Doctor essential to my treatment?
We at Kundan Kidney Care Centre consider each patient to be unique and treat them based on their symptioms and condition. Prior to accepting any case we ask our patients to fill out the online assessment form. Meeting with a doctor is not essential, provided you have completely filled out the assessment form accurately. If we receive your most up-to-date reports citing your condition accurately, then no doctor-patient meeting is required. Once we review your case we will get back to you within 24 hours to let you know if your case is accepted.
Can I take other medication with this medicine?
The purpose of our medicine is to rejuvenate the kidney cells so that they may start to work on there own eliminating the need for dialysis or transplant. You will still need to continue your prescribed allopathic medicine to address any other issues e.g. blood pressure, diabetes, hemoglobin, potassium, calcium, phosphorus etc. As we review your reports we may suggest any change in the current medication.
What kind of medicine do you use at Kundan Ayurvedic Centre?
We use pure Grade A herbal-based medicine, with some medications being in extract form. All our products are manufactured in an ISO and GMP certified pharmaceutical company. Our products are guaranteed to be free of any external metals, chemicals or steroids.
Does your medicine come in tablet and/or capsule form?
Yes our medicine comes in both tablet and capsule form.
How much medicine is a patient required to consume per day?
The standard protocol is to take our herbal extract dose three times per day (i.e. a standard dose being either one or two tablets or capsules).
Are there any side effects to your medicine?
No side effects have been reported as a result of taking this medicine.
How long do I have to take this medicine?
It varies from patient to patient. Some patients need to take the medicine for several months, while others will take the medicine for years. Once the kidneys starts to recover and is confirmed via reports, the potency and quantity of the medicine is reduced and eventually stopped. We encourage our patients to keep having their regular blood tests to keep a close eye on the kidneys.
How much does your medication cost?
Cost of the medicine can be determined based on the condition of the patient and what medicine is required. Once we review the assessment form, we can reply back within 24 hours with the cost of medicine.
What, if any, are the dietary precautions?
You may have to reduce your protein intake. Other dietary recommendations will be based on your individual condition.
How can I prevent and control kidney disease?
Early detection and treatment often can prevent or control kidney disease from evolving into kidney (renal) failure.
What if I’m living/traveling abroad?
We currently treat patients from all parts of the globe. Medicine is transported to you through a dependable courier service. Once we ship the package, an AWB# is emailed to track the shipment online. Packages to North America, Europe, Australia, South Africa, East Asia are usually delivered in 3 to 4 business days. Domestic couriers are delivered in 2 to 3 business days.
How will I know if the medicine prescribed to me is yielding positive results?
We advise our patients to have a regular check-up before starting their medication and to keep a copy of their results. We recommend a follow-up check-up after taking the medication for four weeks to assess any changes/developments. Please make sure your blood test include tests for creatinine, urea, hemoglobin, potassium, phosphorus, calcium and sodium.
What tests are conducted to detect kidney disease?
Regular check-ups with a qualified physician are essential in identifying the onset of kidney disease.
Your check-up should include:
1. A test of protein levels in your urine. Healthy kidneys filter protein out of the urine. If your kidneys are damaged protein can leak into the urine, indicating the onset of kidney disease.
2. A blood test for creatinine. Creatinine is a waste product produced from normal muscle activity. It’s removed from the blood by the kidneys, but if your kidneys are damaged, your blood will show very high levels of creatinine. The levels of creatinine in the blood can be used to calculate glomerular filtration rate (GFR).
3. An ultrasound or CT scan. The ultrasound or CT scan obtains an image of the kidneys and urinary tract and determines if there is a kidney tumour, stone or other physical anomaly affecting the kidneys and urinary tract.
4. A kidney biopsy. A kidney biopsy identifies the type of kidney disease present, the degree of damage to the kidneys can further suggests the best course of treatment.
Free Assessment Form
Case Assessment is offered at no charge. You may fill out the online assessment form to have your case assessed.