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Can You Take Tylenol For A Fever For Hemodialysis

2014-05-25 07:33

Can You Take Tylenol For A Fever For HemodialysisTylenol is a kind of drug for reducing pain, reducing fever, and relieving the symptoms of allergies, cold, cough, and flu. When patients in hemodialysis have fever, the doctors always prescribe Tylenol to alleviate fever. Can dialysis patients take Tylenol for a long time?

Actually, it is not good to take Tylenol for a long time. And it will cause kidney damage and kidney failure. It is more likely to happen in adults who have used Tylenol regularly over long periods of time, it has also occurred in children. Kidney damage can be very serious, potentially causing the need for lifelong dialysis or a kidney transplant. From this aspect, Tylenol is not a permanent solution for a fever for hemodialysis but a temporary solution.

The vast majority of Tylenol given dialysis patients is for fever. Due to its side effects, if you have fever, you can use room temperature water to cool your fever down. This is a safe practice and avoid the dangerous side effects of drugs.

In addition, alleviating fever is not enough. The radical solution of kidney disease is to repair kidney damage and improve kidney function. As long as your kidney function is improved, dialysis may be delayed or even stopped. in this condition, fever, the side effect of dialysis, will be avoided. We use Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to improve kidney function. This therapy is usually externally used, and the active ingredients can come to the injured kidney lesions directly through your skin with the help of osmosis device. The herbs have the function of dilating blood vessels, preventing inflammation and coagulation, stopping renal sclerosis, and purifying bloodstream. All of these can provide a favorable environment for repairing damaged kidney. According to your medical conditions, several Chinese herbal medicines like Immunotherapy, Acupuncture, Enema, and Tai Chi, as well as Gua Sha are combined together to help you avoid dialysis.

In a word, Tylenol can alleviate fever for hemodialysis but is not suitable for using a long time.

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