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Does Elevated Creatinine Cause Itching

2014-06-25 06:53

Does Elevated Creatinine Cause ItchingFor kidney patients, high creatinine level is not uncommon to see. Because the impaired kidneys can not discharge the extra creatinine from the body. Elevated creatinine can cause many symptoms, such as metabolic disorders of various minerals in your body. Does elevated creatinine cause itching? In this article, we will discuss this topic.

Elevated creatinine and itching

As a matter as fact, elevated creatinine has no direct relation with itching. But elevated creatinine level indicates that your kidneys are severely damaged. As a result, phosphorus can not be removed from the blood. In your blood, phosphorus combines with calcium to form phosphorus-calcium produces. Some of these phosphorus-calcium products are excreted through your skin, which may cause you to itch.

Besides, because of the high content of wastes in the blood, your blood vessels will absorb fluid from your skin to dilute their concentration. When your skin is dry, itching occurs.

How to ease itching?

Keeping the skin clean and moisturized is helpful in easing itching. In the daily, you can use a moisturizing soap or apply unscented body oil or body lotions when you bathe. You should also control your intake of phosphorus. Taking phosphorus binders with each meal can lower phosphorus level so as to ease itching.

From the above, we can see that both elevated creatinine and itching are associated with kidney function impairment. Therefore, if you would like to get rid of elevated creatinine and itching, you should improve kidney function. In kidney disease hospital China, there are many therapies to help draw out toxins from your body, such as Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Circle Therapy and Enema Therapy and so on. Besides blood purification, they can improve blood circulation. There are also other therapies to inhibit kidney inflammation and prevent kidney fibrosis, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. In a good blood environment, your damaged kidneys can gradually recover.

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