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Is It Normal for A Dialysis Patient to Have No Urine Output

2016-02-20 07:44

Is It Normal for A Dialysis Patient to Have No Urine OutputDialysis is a kidney replacement treatment to remove waste products and fluid from the body. After long-term dialysis, you may find that your urine output becomes less and less and at last you have no urine output. Is it normal for a dialysis patient to have no urine output?

Why dialysis patients gradually have no urine output?

Dialysis is just to take over part of kidney function to cleanse the blood rather than repair the damaged kidneys. During dialysis, it is likely for your kidneys to suffer from ischemia and anoxia, and dialysis can only remove the micromolecule waste products while other kinds of waste products are still in the blood. These factors can impair your kidney function further. As time goes on, your kidneys become sclerosis totally and then no blood flows through them. As a result, you have no urine output.

It is better for you to have urine output.

When you have no urine output, you have to limit water intake to prevent too much water retains in body during dialysis sessions. If you have urine output, there is no such a restriction. And as long as you have urine output, it means there is blood through kidneys. And then active ingredients of medicine can go into your kidneys to help them recover.

How to increase urine output once you find that your urine output becomes less?

If your urine output becomes less, importance should be attached, because it indicates that your kidney function keeps declining. To increase urine output, you should improve kidney function. In our Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, we use Blood Pollution Therapy to treat kidney failure. It can have a thorough cleanse of the blood. It can also remove stasis to improve blood circulation in the kidneys so that the damaged kidneys can get enough oxygen and blood to repair themselves. Besides, it can provide them with essential elements to speed up kidney recovery. After a period of treatment, you will find that your urine output increases and you can gradually reduce dialysis frequency. If you keep on treatment, it is possible for you to get rid of dialysis eventually.

Is it normal for a dialysis patient to have no urine output? Yes, it is, especially when you do not take any treatment to improve kidney function. If you want to preserve your urine output and get rid of dialysis, timely and effective treatment is needed. For more information on our treatment for kidney failure, please feel free to contact online nephrologist or leave a message below.

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