Why Does Chronic Kidney Failure Cause Anemia
If you happen to be a person with Chronic Kidney Failure, you are facing a very serious and complex health problem. Chronic kindy failure not only show adverse impacts on your kidneys, but also causes damages on your other organs and systems.
Over year, you may suffer from many complications of Chronic Kidney Faiure, such as liver disease, difficult breathing, heart failure, bone problem, anemia etc.
This article will mainly talk about why patients with chronic kidney failure cause anemia.
Kidneys and Red Blood Cell Production
Healthy kidneys can produce a hormone named “erythropoietin”, which can stimulate the bone marrow to make the appropriate number of red blood cells.
If you have been diagnosed with chronic kidney failure, your kidneys will fail to work properly. As a resutl, the damaged kidneys cannot make enough erythropoietin or they may be relatively resistant to the effects of erythropoietin.
As a result, the nuber of red blood cells in the blood will reduced, causing a medical condition, named “anemia”. In this case, the anemia has its own call, namely, renal anemia.
Renal anemia refers to the condition in which the anemia is caused by damaged kidneys. When significant anemia is present, individuals may have reduced exercise capacity. The heart will work harder to pump the blood and this may cause the heart muscle to thicken. Some patients feel more tired.
Thereby, renal failure patients are suggested to take treatments as soon as possible.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is suggested for it is the latest natural cure for kidney failure. It helps repair the damaged kidney tissues and improve kidney functions. When the kidneys can work better, the kidneys will help produce more red blood cells naturally. As a result, your anemia will be alleviated spontaneously.
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