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How to Stop Fluid Gain After Dialysis

2015-01-27 15:58

How to Stop Fluid Gain After DialysisWhen your kidneys are unable to work, dialysis is used to rid your body of harmful waste, extra salt and water. But for dialysis patients, they may face such a problem that fluid gains in their bodies after dialysis. How to stop fluid gain after dialysis?

You should limit the intake of fluid.

Dialysis is just a kidney replacement treatment. It can not help you regain kidney function. When you stop dialysis, your kidneys are still unable to filter water from the body. That is why fluid gains after dialysis. Therefore, during dialysis sessions, you should limit the daily intake of fluid to prevent too much water gaining in your body. Each patient has a different allowance for daily fluid depending on physical activity level, body size and urine output. If you would like an accurate answer, please contact online doctor.

You should increase the urine output.

Fluid gain is caused by a decrease in urine flow and a normal to increased intake of dietary fluids. Besides fluid restriction, you can take some diuretics to increase urine output. Besides, you should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. If you still have urine output, it is possible for you to recover kidney function. Blood Pollution Therapy can cleanse your blood thoroughly and remove stasis from the blood vessels so as to set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. This therapy also supplements essential elements for kidneys to speed up kidney recovery. After a period of treatment, some kidney function can be regained. And then your kidneys can remove fluid from the blood by themselves.

Fluid gain causes many symptoms, such as weight gain, high blood pressure, swelling, abdominal bloating, shortness of breath, heart disease, etc. Therefore, early treatment is needed to stop fluid gain after dialysis. For more information, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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