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How to Deal with Low Blood Pressure after Dialysis

2013-05-09 15:50

How to Deal with Low Blood Pressure after DialysisWith the incidence of 20%-40%, low blood pressure is one common side effect of dialysis treatment. A sudden drop in blood pressure has long vexed many patients with advanced kidney disease. What’s more, long-term low blood pressure after dialysis may cause life-threatening complications. For these patients, to deal with low blood pressure is indispensable to guarantee their basic life.

My mother has been on dialysis for about 2 months. The last 2 weeks she feels dizzy and has actually fallen. The doctor in dialysis center says it is from too much fluid taken during dialysis and low blood pressure, so they adjusted my mother’s dialysis treatment and didn’t take out so much fluid. Then, her blood pressure went up and the doctor increased the amount of fluid taken again. Today, she passed out on the sidewalk when she came back to home from dialysis center. Should we reduce the fluid taken during dialysis again?

From this real story, we can know too much fluid filtered is the root cause of low blood pressure after dialysis. If we reduce the amount of taken fluid, excess wastes and toxins may build up in the body. Long-term insufficient dialysis can cause life-threatening complications. Faced with this dilemma, what should these patients do?

Of course not. Another therapy called Immunotherapy can help them solve this problem. Combing the essence of blood purifications and traditional herbal medicines, Immunotherapy can not only help purify blood but also repair the damaged kidney cells. The reason is that herbal medicines, compared with western medicines, have a superiority to improve the regeneration of new tissues and repair damaged kidney cells. If used correctly, patients’ kidney function can be improved largely where their kidneys may work normally again and they don’t need to rely on dialysis to live any more.

Low blood pressure after dialysis is a dangerous alarm. If you notice you are dizzy or nearly pass out after dialysis, don’t hesitate to tell your doctor or us to avoid severer healthy problems.

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