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Why Urine Output Decreases Gradually After Dialysis

2015-06-19 09:26

Why Urine Output Decreases Gradually After DialysisDialysis is a common used kidney replacement treatment for kidney failure patients. It can cleanse waste products, relieve body malaise and maintain their life. But every coin has two sides. It brings many side effects and complications. For long-term dialysis patients, their urine output reduces gradually. At the last, they urinate very little or not at all. Why urine output decreases gradually after dialysis? Now go on reading to learn more information.

Dialysis can not improve kidney function.

During dialysis, blood is transported out of the body to be filtered. This can cause ischemia and anoxia in the kidneys, leading to further damage to the kidneys. Besides, dialysis can only remove a small part of waste products from the blood. The remaining waste products can also impair your kidney function further. As a result, your kidney function becomes less and less. When your kidneys lose their function totally, you do not have urine output. And then you have to live on dialysis in the remaining years.

What to do with decreased urine output for dialysis patients?

If you want to increase urine output, you should promote kidney function, but the precondition is that you still have some urine output. After years of research and clinical practice, we develop Blood Pollution Therapy. This therapy makes up the disadvantage of dialysis. It can have a total cleanse of the blood. It can also remove stasis adhered to blood vessels so as to improve blood circulation. Because some nutrients in the blood loses in the body, it is necessary for you to supplement them according to your case. When your damaged kidneys get enough oxygen and blood, they can gradually regain their ability and then urine output will increase.

Why urine output decreases gradually after dialysis? Because your kidney function declines. If you would like to know more information about dialysis, please leave a message below or send emails to kidneycares@hotmail.com.

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