Be Cautious of Cold Medication to Prevent Kidney Damage
Now more and more drugstores spread around our family, which benefit to us a lot. When people suffer from some slight illness, they would went to drugstores and take some medicines by themselves. But do you know the cold medication also can lead to kidney damage? Here will list a real case of patients. And patients should take medicine under the suggestions of their doctors.
Sissia is housewife and 30 years old. Half a month earlier, she caught a cold with nasal obstruction and rhinorrhea. She got some cold medications, but did not see many effect. so she increase the kinds and dosages of the cold medications, finally she got better than before, but at the same time, she began suffer from nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, finally she even felt faint for a moment.
After a series of tests and diagnoses by her doctors in hospital, she was told that she has been attacked by acute renal failure for she took too many medicines in a short time. These medicines contain toxins which heavier the kidney metabolism burden and cause damage to kidney. Fortunately, through the timely and effective treatment, Sissia lived a normal life again.
Our specialists suggest that once people are attacked by some disease, they should see a doctor and take medicines under the suggestions of their doctors. Some medicines can not be used at the same time and are toxic to kidney. Especially for renal insufficient patients, their injured kidney can not metabolize these medicines effectively, with the low immunity and many complications, so they should be cautious of medications to prevent further kidney damage.
Now, if you want to know more information about the cold medication to prevent kidney damage or ask for treatment suggestions for kidney diseases, you can contact our online doctors, leave us messages or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will reply you within 24 hours.
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