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Kidney Pain In Kidney Failure

2013-04-29 10:28

Kidney Pain In Kidney FailureKidney failure patients are often tortured by kidney pains. It can be dull ache or it can be very severe and sharp. There are a variety of causes in kidney failure for this kidney pains. We will talk about location, causes and treatment of kidney pains.

The first step is to identify what is kidney pains

Pain is very common among kidney failure patients. The pain can be located in the lower back, upper back, abdomen or side. If it is kidney aches, the pain is often located in the flanks or in the lower back under the ribs.

It is necessary and important to find out what is causing your kidney pains

There are a variety o causes of kidney pains, therefore we need first make clear so as to have more effective and targeted treatment. Kidney pain can be caused be infections, inflammation, kidney enlargement or blocked urine flow, etc. Kidney infection and kidney stone are the major causes of kidney pain.

If the stone remains in the kidney, it usually causes no pains. It is the movement of stone in the kidney, ureter that cause the pains. If the stone is too large, it can block the urinary tract and block normal urine flow, resulting in kidney pain.

Kidney infections can cause the renal tissues to be inflamed and swollen as well as the stretching of renal capsules. If not well controlled, it can even lead to permeable renal damages and worsen renal functions.

Besides, other possible causes of kidney pain include urinary tract infection, polycystic kidney disease, kidney cancer, etc.

Based on the exact cause of kidney pain, seek proper and timely treatment

Some herbs can help prevent the formation of stones in the kidneys. Some can help dissolve and discharge stones from the kidneys and urinary tract if the stone has already formed. Some herbs can help prevent and treat urinary tract infections and kidney infections. According to your specific illness and physical conditions, different medicines will be selected.

Have more foods that contain rich amino acids such as egg white. It can help ease kidney pains.

Drink more water to help promote the excretion of small stones and harmful substances from the kidneys. Have at least 8-10 glasses of water each day if you do not have swelling due to fluid and sodium retention.

Relieving kidney pain, other symptoms that often accompany with kidney pains will also disappear such as abnormal urine color or blood in urine, nausea, vomiting, swelling, frequent urination, urinary pain, fatigue, high blood pressure, fever, etc.

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