PKD: Causes and Treatments for Blood in Urine
Blood in urine can be a common symptom of PKD. Then what are the causes? And what can patients do to eliminate this abnormal phenomenon?
Featured by numerous fluid-filled cysts in the kidneys, it usually doesn’t present obvious symptoms in the early stage. As time goes by, the cysts will increases both in quantities and sizes. Gradually, the enlarged cysts will interfere with the normal function and a range of symptoms will come to light.
What causes hematuria in PKD?
After years of clinical research, nephrologists at our Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital summarized the following possible inducing factors:
Enlarged kidney cysts: As the disease progresses, the enlarged cysts will oppress the surrounding renal tissues and cause decline of kidney function. Therefore, red blood cells will leak in to urine, resulting hematuria.
Kidney stone: Accompanied with kidney damage, extra waste products and toxins will build up in the kidneys and form kidney stones. When they reaches to the urinary tract through bloodstream, the blood vessels may be scratched and hematuria may occur.
Besides, it can also be related to infections. Therefore, once it occurs, it is significant to seek for effective treatments as early as possible.
How to prevent blood in urine with PKD?
From the above analysis, the core of treatment should focus on shrinking cysts and improving kidney function.
Here, hot compress therapy is highly recommended. It aims at shrinking both big and small cysts, more importantly, it can help restore kidney function and free of side effects.
By dilating blood vessels, changing the inner and outer pressure of cystic walls, increasing the permeability and providing useful substances for the impaired kidneys, the cysts will be shrunk eventually. What’s more, the original qi will be recovered. In this way, blood in urine can be alleviated.
In daily life, a proper diet and healthy lifestyle can also be helpful. For detailed info, you can click the Live Contact directly.
Medications In some cases, antibiotics can be adopted. But remember, do not take any medicine blindly without doctor’s permission.
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