Treatment for Bone Disease in Chronic Kidney Disease(CKD)
Bone disease can be a common sign in people with CKD. Well then, what are the causes and what can patients do to treat this problem? Read on and you can find the answer.
Causes of bone disease
In normal condition, healthy kidneys can help maintain the balance phosphorus and calcium in the body. However, in CKD, the impaired kidneys can not work adequately, therefore, extra phosphorus will build up in the body and low calcium level will occur. As a result, patients are more likely to experience bone disorders.
Besides, shortage of vitamin D is also another cause. It refers to an important mineral and it can help maintain bone health. However, when kidneys are damaged, less active vitamin D will be released. So, bone disorder may occur.
How to eliminate bone disorder naturally in CKD?
After years of research, experts at our Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital concluded the following suggestions:
Low-phosphorus diet Foods loaded in phosphorus can not only increase phosphorus level but also cause further kidney damage. Therefore, patients with CKD and should obey a low-phosphorus diet. If you are not clear about the specific food list, please email us:email@example.com and we are glad to help.
Phosphate binder In some cases, diet alone can not function well. So, doctors may prescribe patients with medications like phosphate binder to lower the phosphorus level.
Supplement of vitamin D Except for the above tips, supplement of vitamin D is also necessary. You can some foods abundant in calcium or taking pills with active vitamin D.
As the underlying cause of bone disease is kidney damage, so the treatment should focus on repairing kidney function. Here, we suggest patients with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmothrapy. For more information, you can chat with our online doctor directly!
If you have been diagnosed with CKD and suffer from bone disease, we are always ready to help. Anything unclear, please leave us a message below.
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