Skin itching is one of the most common complications of dialysis for renal failure patients on dialysis. It does affect people’s life greatly. However, what are the causes of skin itching and treatments for relieving it? You also can contact our online doctor for free.
Why patients on dialysis feel skin itching?
1. Skin itching usually is caused by dry skin.
2. During the dialysis treatment, allergic reactions to the dialyzer, blood tubing or medications may occur.
3. Unreasonable diet may also cause skin itching. As for renal failure patients on dialysis, their kidney functions have been damaged seriously, so that kidneys can not excrete toxins and wastes effectively. If you eat foods containing high phosphorus which will cause your skin itching.
What are the treatments for relieving skin itching?
Blood test may tell that whether there is high phosphorus in your blood. High phosphorus level not only may cause skin itching, but also bone problems. Therefore, reduce high phosphorus level is the key point.
In Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, natural treatments are recommended to you, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Immotherapy, Foot Bath, etc to repair damaged kidney lesion, restore kidney functions and let kidney work again through removing toxins and excess wastes out of the body, dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation and providing necessary nutrients to kidneys.
With kidney functions improvement, skin itching can be relieved gradually and naturally. Except skin itching, patients on dialysis also may experience some other complications, like headache, nausea and vomiting, loss of appetite, edema, etc. Nowadays, more and more dialysis patients want to get rid of dialysis so as to improve their life quality.
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