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Can Anemia Occur In Renal Parenchymal Disease

2015-07-22 11:31

Can Anemia Occur In Renal Parenchymal DiseaseWill renal parenchymal disease cause anemia? Renal parenchymal disease includes maladies that damage the outermost internal region of the kidney where filtration and urine formation occur. It can cause symptoms like swelling, nausea, vomiting, headache and anemia, etc. Well, how does renal parenchymal disease cause anemia?

How does kidney disease cause anemia?

Kidney disease causes anemia when the damaged kidneys are no longer able to produce the hormone that stimulates red blood cell production. Red blood cells are made by your bones and when there aren’t enough red blood cells in your blood, anemia occurs. People with anemia look pale and feel weak and tired.

How is anemia treated?

If your anemia is caused by kidney disease, your doctor may give you erythropoietin stimulating agent treatments which is a man-made version of the EPO hormone that healthy kidneys make. This treatment will signal your bone marrow to make more red blood cells.

You also can take iron supplements and change your diet. This is to make sure that your body has enough of the vitamins and minerals it needs to make red blood cells.

The fundamental way for anemia is to repair injured kidneys and improve renal function by Chinese Medicines. The active ingredients in Chinese medicines can be infiltrated into kidney lesion directly to expand blood vessels, prevent inflammation and coagulation, degrade extracellular matrix and provide necessary nutrients for injured kidneys. Gradually kidney function will be improved. Thus, more red blood cells will be produced and thus relieve anemia radically.

Anemia is just one of the symptoms of renal parenchymal disease. It should be taken seriously. If you have any question, you can leave a message below or consult our online doctor directly. We will give you professional guidance.

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