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Can Kidney Failure Cause Hands and Feet to Be Cold and Go Numb

2014-07-03 07:07

Can Kidney Failure Cause Hands and Feet to Be Cold and Go NumbKidney failure can cause many symptoms and affect your quality of life. Can kidney failure cause hands and feet to be cold and go numb? The answer is certain. For kidney failure patients, cold numb hands and feet are very common.

How kidney failure cause hands and feet to be cold and go numb?

The main reason may be associated with anemia. Kidneys secrete erythropoietin to stimulate bone marrows to produce red blood cells. With the decline of kidney function, there is not enough erythropoietin, resulting in less red blood cells. Red blood cells are responsible for transporting oxygen and nutrients to all the parts of body. Due to red blood cell deficiency, your arms and hands are lack of oxygen and nutrition so that they are cold. Besides, this can cause the nerves to be compressed so that all sensation in the affected areas will be cut off, leading to numb hands and feet.

How to treat cold and numb hands and feet?

If you want to get rid of cold and numb hands and feet, you should improve anemia. Erythropoietin and iron supplement are often used. But these medicines can only help you control this symptom rather then the underlying causes. Micro-Chinese Medicines Osmotherapy can improve blood circulation so as to make your limbs warm. Moreover, this therapy can inhibit kidney inflammation, prevent kidney fibrosis and provide essential nutrients to help kidneys repair themselves. When your kidney function improves, not only does cold and numb limbs disappear, but also other symptoms such as proteinuria alleviate.

Though you are with kidney failure, you can still live a normal life with appropriate treatment. If you would like to know more information about our therapies, please leave a message below or send emails to kidneycares@hotmail.com.

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