What will happen when the renal cyst burst? Renal cyst refers to there is one or more than one cystic mass which are not interlinked with outside spreading on the renal. Generally speaking, the small renal cyst wouldn’t cause damage to kidney tissues, patients only need a prevention job. But with the growth of renal cyst, patients maybe suffer cysts burst which usually is accompanied with many symptoms. Let us have a clear knowledge about the damages caused by cysts burst.
1. Blood urine: blood urine is the main symptom of renal cyst burst. And it is caused by the blood vessels rupture on cysts walls with the cyst burst. The blood will leak into urine, forming blood urine. Under the normal condition, the blood urine caused by cysts burst will disappear in few days.
2. Pains around the renal area: in most cases, pains around kidney area are caused by the pressure from renal cysts to nerves. However, the cyst burst also can lead to pains. Once the cysts burst, the cysts fluids flowing maybe lead to infection to renal or other tissues. And the pains not only occur in kidney, but also spread on both sides of the kidney,abdomen and haunch.
3. Peritonitis: when the cyst is located renal outside part, the cysts fluids are easy to flow into enterocoelia, leading to peritonitis which is necessary for surgery treatment in clinic.
Knowing the symptoms is very important for renal cyst patients to have a timely treatment before the further kidney damage or other tissues damages. The most important thing for patients is dealing with the renal cysts before cysts burst. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy which can shrink the cyst and inhibit the cysts growth from root is really a good choice for renal cyst patients.
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