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Will Dialysis Lead To Joint Pain

2015-04-13 07:15

Will Dialysis Lead To Joint PainWill dialysis lead to joint pain? Dialysis will lead to a series of side effects like heart failure, arrhythmia and low blood pressure, etc. Besides, dialysis patients will also have leg pain and joint pain. Well, why dialysis patients have joint pain?

1. Causes of joint pain in dialysis

Experts point out that long term dialysis will lead to imbalance of calcium and phosphorus, which will stimulate the hyperplasia of thyroid gland so as to cause rarefaction of bone. Besides, dialysis for a long time will also cause amyloidosis, which is another reason of joint pain in dialysis patients.

2. Treatment for joint pain

Patients should follow a low phosphorus diet, take a phosphate binder and take vitamin D. Take medicines as the doctor prescribe them and do not skip any dialysis treatments. Adjust the treatment plan if needed.

Healthy lifestyle and do proper exercise. Avoid tobacco.

Home remedy to recover kidney function

If dialysis frequency can be reduced or eliminated, the side effects associated with dialysis can be alleviated. To avoid dialysis, we need to take treatment to repair kidney damage and improve renal function. Thus, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can be applied. This therapy is on the basis of traditional Chinese medicine and the active ingredients can come to kidney lesion directly through shenyu acupoint with the help of osmosis device. They have the function of dilating blood vessels, preventing inflammation and coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix and providing nutrients for repairing kidney damage. Thus, kidney damage can be repaired to some extent and kidney function can be improved gradually. In this way, dialysis frequency can be decreased or even be eliminated. Thus, joint pain and other complications of dialysis can be alleviated.

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