Kidney Stones, Especially in Women, Can Lead to Dialysis Treatment; Therefore, Natural Dr. Allen’s Device Must Be Used to Dissolve Renal Calculi in the First Place

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Women who have a history of kidney stones are at increased for chronic kidney disease (CKD), according to a recent article in Renal-and-urology-news. Dr. Simon Allen in his interview to The Panorama in July 2014 explains risks of common kidney stones treatments, highlighting that therapeutic Dr. Allen’s Device, which dissolves any type and size of kidney stones gently and harmlessly, must be used in the first place.

New natural kidney care device invented by Dr. Simon Allen

Dr. Allen’s Device for Kidney Care dissolves kidney stones in both kidneys

The therapeutic Dr. Allen’s Device for Kidney Care is able to dissolve any type of kidney stone without side effects and complications.

Dr Allen's devices help to avoid serious health problems from lithotripsy and kidney surgeries, which occur in almost every third of patients who undergo these procedures, states the article ‘Dr. Allen's devices for kidney stones, BPH and chronic prostatitis treatment can be purchased at pharmacies of Alfa Pharm’, in the Panorama, dated July 7, 2014. And the article ‘Chronic Kidney Disease Linked to Kidney Stones’ in the Renal-and-urology-news, dated July 09, 2014, explores a study that confirms association between kidney stone history and CKD or dialysis treatment, Fine Treatment reveals.

According to the article ‘Chronic Kidney Disease Linked to Kidney Stones,’ among the women with no history of kidney stones, 13.5% had CKD and 1.5% required dialysis treatment. Among the women with a history of stones, 23.2% had CKD and 5.6% required dialysis treatment. The differences in the proportions between women with and without a history of kidney stones were statistically significant.

At the same time, a typical kidney stone removal procedure extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) increases the risk of both diabetes and hypertension, according to the study titled ‘Diabetes mellitus and hypertension associated with shock wave lithotripsy of renal and proximal ureteral stones at 19 years of followup’, by Krambeck A.E. and others.

Answering the questions to the Panorama journalist, Dr. Allen notes that lithotripsy has emerged as a panacea for kidney stones, but as it is now clear, that never took place. Physicians in all countries will come to this opinion gradually. Many complications arise from these shock waves. There were cases of spleen rupture, aortic aneurysm, and acute pancreatitis. Therefore, the procedures lithotripsy and renal surgery should only be assigned only to special indications, and not to everybody.

Contrary to ESWL and a kidney surgery, Dr. Allen’s Device for Kidney Care helps without side effects by dissolving kidney stones gently in one or both kidneys simultaneously. The therapeutic Dr. Allen’s Device places natural thermo-elements to the back covering both kidneys. It improves blood circulation at the capillary level, and the blood cleanses the kidneys from the stones naturally. Here is an explanatory video:

“The Thermobalancing therapy is a powerful alternative to common risky kidney stones treatment options,” says Dr. Simon Allen. “The therapeutic Dr. Allen’s Device for Kidney Care is able to dissolve any type of kidney stone without side effects and complications.”

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About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:

Dr. Simon Allen, MD, PhD, Academician, member of the ATA, is a highly experienced medical professional. He specialises in internal medicine. He has treated a wide range of chronic diseases, including patients after a heart attack, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders. Fine Treatment ensures international availability of Dr. Allen’s Devices for the treatment of coronary heart disease, BPH and chronic prostatitis, for dissolving kidney stones, as well as for easing chronic headaches, and for back pain and sciatica relief.

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