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Chronic Kidney Disease

Here's on how Chronic Kidney Disease causes kidney failure, and signs, diagnosis, treatment and diet of CKD to delay its progression to kidney failure.

The Relationship Between Thyroid and Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic Kidney Disease patients may touch the word thyroid when they get the kidney function tests or listen to the analysis of their disease of their doctors. Then what is the relationship between thyroid and Chronic Kidney Disease? On the...Read More

Why Is Bun Elevated in Dehydration in Chronic Kidney Disease

BUN is the metabolism wastes of human body which should be filtrated by the kidneys with the blood circulation, keeping in a steady and normal level. However, when people are attacked by Chronic Kidney Disease, with the kidney tissues lesio...Read More

How to Lower Creatinine Level 3.9 for CKD Patients

Creatinine is the wastes products of muscle metabolism, at the normal condition, it should be filtrated by the kidneys, keeping in a steady level ( male: 0.6 mg/dl-1.2 mg/dl and female: 0.5 mg/dl-1.1 mg/dl). However, when people are attacke...Read More

Swollen Ankles in Chronic Kidney Disease: Cause and Treatment

Swollen ankles is the common, earlier and long-term symptom of Chronic Kidney Disease patients. Due to the swollen ankles, patients not only need to bear the poor appearance, but also are unable to move freely. The severe pains urge patient...Read More

Stomach Pain in Chronic Kidney Disease: Cause and Treatment

Kidney damage can lead to a series of complications and symptoms directly or indirectly. Some Chronic Kidney disease patients suffer from stomach pain and some of patients event can not eat anything due to stomach pain, getting weaker and w...Read More

Treatment to Reverse Kidney Function for Stage 3 CKD Patients

Stage 3 CKD patients, they are in a reversed period. Once the kidney function is improved to a certain degree to support the normal metabolism of human body, they can live a normal life like common people....Read More

How to Prevent Chronic Kidney Disease Caused by Gout

Gouty nephropathy also can be called uric acid nephropathy which is caused by the increased blood uric acid and the deposition of urate crystal in the kidneys, damaging the kidney tissues, especially for the renal tubules. For patients with...Read More

Treatment for CKD with Frequent Urination at Night

Why CKD patients suffer from frequent urination at night? Because the antidiuretic hormone and the function of concentration of kidney are damaged. Due to the frequent urination at night, CKD patients fail to have a good rest, influencing t...Read More

How to Treat Skin Itching for CKD Stage 4 Patients Naturally

Skin itching can become a common symptom for CKD stage 4 patients and undoubtedly it makes the quality of life poorer. Here you will learn about not only the cause for skin itching also the corresponding natural treatment....Read More

Why Does Stage 3 CKD Cause Itching and Diarrhea

Skin itching and diarrhea are the common symptoms for some stage 3 CKD patients. Why dose stage 3 CKD cause itching and diarrhea? And only when we know the causes, we can treat itching and diarrhea in stage 3 CKD from the root....Read More