Joint Pain and Polycystic Kidney Disease(PKD)

Joint Pain and Polycystic Kidney Disease(PKD)About two days ago, a patient consulted us such a question: Is there any link between PKD and joint pain? If so, What can I do? In this article, we will talk about this issue.

Honestly speaking, joint pain can be caused by the PKD. After clinical research, experts at our Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital concluded the following risk factors:

As an inherited disease, it is mainly characterized by numerous fluid-filled cysts in the kidneys. Without effective control, the cysts will experience a constant grow both in sizes and numbers. Gradually, they will oppress the surrounding renal tissues and cause decline of kidney function. As a result, electrolyte disturbance will occur. And it’s manifestations can be high uric acid level, loss of calcium.

Except for the these factors, physical overwork, low-immunity, etc can also contribute to joint pain.

The above are possible causes of joint pain for PKD patients. So, it is necessary to find out the exact cause before taking any treatments. Here, we have prepared some effective tests. If you interested in it, you can email After careful study, we will provide you with an individualized test as soon as possible.

Even if this symptom is not life-threatening, it will affect patients life to a large extent. Therefore, an effective treatment should be sought for. Here, experts recommend patients with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It can not only relieve symptoms including joint pain but also repair renal function. What’s more, the herbs all natural, so there is no need to worry about its side effects. More information, you can consult with our online doctor directly.

If you happen to be a person with PKD and joint pain, we hope the above contents can be helpful. Anything unclear, please leave us message below.

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