As everyone knows that dialysis is life-sustaining treatment, however, they also know that dialysis makes them experience a lot of sufferings, the most common one is muscle cramping. Therefore, patients are wondering that can muscle cramping be prevented during dialysis.
As many of you have experienced, muscle cramping is a common complication of dialysis. Muscle cramping is painful and uncomfortable experience, so the prevention of muscle cramping means a lot for patients with dialysis. Now, the following content will explain the details about how can patient prevent muscle cramping.
1, patients reduce the fluids intake during dialysis. Restricting fluids is minimizing wight gains. In fact, the more fluid you take in, the more you have to take off to get to your dry weight. The more your taken off, the more likely you will experience cramps.
2,deficiency in carnitine. Is there is low carnitine level in your body, patients are more likely to experience lots of cramps. Patient also can be given carnitine pills to prevent cramps.
3, dry weight is also a contributor for muscle crampins during dialysis. If your dry weight is increased and patients experience low blood pressure and no edema, patients also are prone to experience muscle cramping during dialysis.
4, deficiency in vitamin E.
Vitamin E: In one study of 29 patients, Vitamin E prevented cramps as well as quinine. There is some recent evidence, though, showing that Vitamin E may increase the chances of heart failure.
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