Nausea and Polycystic Kidney Disease(PKD)
Polycystic Kidney Disease(PKD) refers to a medical condition in which fluid-filled cysts in the kidneys. As the disease progresses, many symptoms will occur including nausea. Then what are the causes and how to relieve this symptom?
Causes of nausea in PKD
Build up of waste products: As the disease progresses, the enlarged cysts will oppress the adjacent renal tissues. As a result, kidneys will fail to work properly. Without effective control, nausea may occur easily.
Brain aneurysm: When brain aneurysm ruptures, patients are more likely to experience nausea, vomiting and headache, etc.
Dialysis: When it progress into ESRD, suffers may be suggested to undergo dialysis. However, if the waste products can not be fully removed, they may experience nausea.
How to treat nausea in PKD?
At our Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, experts mainly recommend patients with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
As an innovation of traditional Chinese medicine(TCM), this therapy has obtained good curative effects in shrinking cysts and repair kidney function. By external application, the active substances of the herbs can effect on the kidney lesion directly. What’s more, it is convenient, comfortable and without side effects.
If you are interested in the herbal lists, you are suggested to email us:email@example.com. After careful study, our doctors will provide you an individualized herbal list.
After a period of treatment, the relevant symptoms including nausea can be relieved to a large extent. And patients can feel much better than before.
Except for this treatment, well control of aneurysm and healthy diet are also helpful. Any interests about this, feel free to consult with our online doctor.
If you happen to be a person with PKD and suffering from nausea, we are always here to help. Any questions about this article, you can leave us message below. Good luck!
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