Why Do Kidney Failure Patients Experience Water Retention

Why do kidney failure patients experience water retention? This is a common question, in this article, we are going to talk about the question and give you a clear answer.

One of the most important functions of kidneys is to control the balance of fluid in the body. However, when kidneys are damaged, especially in renal failure, nearly all the renal function has lost, the failed kidneys can not discharge the extra fluid out of the body. So, patients will experience water retention. Thereby, the underlying cause of water retention is the decline of renal function.

In Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, we can relieve water retention through improving renal function. Blood Purification is a characterized therapy that not only can avoid the side effects of dialysis, but also micro-molecule toxin, middle-molecule or even macro-molecule toxin will be removed from the body.

In addition, some fresh blood, useful nutrients can also be added to the patients’ body. As long as the stimulated toxin can be discharged out of the body, renal function will be improved from the root. Thereby, water retention can be relieved effectively. Any interest to learn more details of the therapy, you can email to kidneyfight@hotmail.com, we will reply you as soon as possible.

In addition, in our hospital, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can also improve renal function. The method is an innovation of traditional Chinese medicine, and meanwhile, it applies western technology and equipment. Mostly, it is used externally and cause no side effects, because all the shattered medicine is abstracted from natural herbs. If you want to learn more details of the therapy, you can contact with online doctors now.

Except for, for renal failure patients with water retention, they should limit the intake of water, since too much water will aggravate water retention and lead to further renal damage.

After the above analysis, do you know the cause of water retention with renal failure, anything unclear? You can leave a message below, we are willing to help you.


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