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How long can a 70 year old survive with stage 3 kidney failure and a bad heart that is not taking meds and recently had a stroke ?

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Dr. Bates Moses
Palliative Care

In brief: Possibly years

Chronic kidney disease stage 3 is unfortunately very common.
Even without medications if eating a healthy diet and by activity is able to control blood pressure and sugar levels may be able to slghtly delay progression. A bad heart and stroke however does increase dramatically the risk of a acute crisis developing that can be fatal or rapid progression to end-stage heart failure or kidney disease.

In brief: Possibly years

Chronic kidney disease stage 3 is unfortunately very common.
Even without medications if eating a healthy diet and by activity is able to control blood pressure and sugar levels may be able to slghtly delay progression. A bad heart and stroke however does increase dramatically the risk of a acute crisis developing that can be fatal or rapid progression to end-stage heart failure or kidney disease.
Dr. Bates Moses
Dr. Bates Moses
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Dr. Dan Fisher
Internal Medicine

In brief: Hard to say.

Each of those may shorten life on average a bit and all three of them together a little more, but it is entirely possible to go for many years as is with no medications.
Certainly sounds like this individual should have been prescribed at least an antiplatelet agent daily.

In brief: Hard to say.

Each of those may shorten life on average a bit and all three of them together a little more, but it is entirely possible to go for many years as is with no medications.
Certainly sounds like this individual should have been prescribed at least an antiplatelet agent daily.
Dr. Dan Fisher
Dr. Dan Fisher
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