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Can Kidney Failure Cause Feet to Go Numb

2015-02-25 03:48

Can Kidney Failure Cause Feet to Go NumbFeet numbness may be ignored by people, because this is not a serious problem. But sometimes it indicates that there goes wrong with your body. Kidney is an important organ, which maintains the normal function of body. When your kidneys are impaired, many symptoms may occur. Can kidney failure cause feet to go numb? Of course, it can.

Kidney failure can cause feet to go numb.

When kidney function declines, a lot of waste products build up in the blood. They do not only cause damage to your kidneys, but also impair other systems of your body. If they damage or irritate one of the nerves in your feet, you may have feet numbness. Besides, type 2 diabetes, vitamin B12 deficiency, side effects of chemotherapy drugs, amyloidosis and so on are also common causes of feet numbness. If your feet go numbness frequently, you should talk with your doctor to find the underlying causes of numbness and then suit the remedy to the case.

Treatment for feet numbness caused by kidney failure

Because feet numbness is associated with kidney failure, you should have a good control of your kidney disease. When your kidney function improves, its associated symptoms and complications disappear.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a characteristic treatment of Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital. It is to infiltrate the micronized herbs into the damaged kidneys with the help of osmotic devices. This therapy can dilate blood vessels and block blood clotting to increase blood flow into kidneys, which can improve ischemia and anoxia. It can also inhibit kidney inflammation and stop kidney fibrosis. In order to achieve a good therapeutic effect, Medicated Bath, Mai Kang Mixture and decoction often go together with Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. After a period of treatment, your kidney function restores to certain extent.

Can kidney failure cause feet to go numb? Yes, foot numbness is one of the common symptoms of kidney failure. If you want to lead a normal life with kidney failure, you should receive treatment as early as possible to improve your kidney function.

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