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Does Poor Kidney Function Cause Rashes

2015-01-22 07:12

Does Poor Kidney Function Cause RashesWill poor kidney function cause rashes? People with kidney disease can have itching of the skin. A rash can be a sign of the kidney disease. Well, how does poor kidney function cause rashes?

The problem can be due to the damaged kidneys’ inability to balance the levels of the minerals calcium and phosphorus in the blood. Damaged kidneys cause phosphorus to build up in the blood, which can also cause itching. Therefore, poor kidney function can cause rashes. To treat body rashes, the radical way is to improve kidney function.

First, we need to provide a clean environment for the body, so blood purification method is required. Plasma exchange, immune adsorption, CRRT and hemofiltration, etc can be used to help clear waste products and extra phosphorus both in blood vessels and adhering to vascular walls. Then skin rashes can be alleviated effectively.

Then, to improve renal function, Chinese medicines are helpful. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is on the basis of traditional Chinese Medicine which can enhance kidney’s self-repairing ability. Those ingredients can expand blood vessels to speed up blood circulation so as to remove more wastes out of the body. These will be no wastes and toxins in the skin, and then rashes can disappear gradually.

In addition, kidney disease patients should also avoid high phosphorus foods like pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, pine nuts, condensed milk, Brazil nuts and cashew nuts, etc. If you tormented by body rash and kidney failure, you can describe your condition to us or email to kidneycares@hotmail.com, and we are glad to share our useful advice with you.

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