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Dizziness in Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD)

2013-12-13 14:53

Dizziness in Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD)Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is a progressive genetic kidney disorder.As renal function declines, a host of symptoms and discomforts will appear.Dizziness commonly occur in PKD. What are the possible causes of dizziness in PKD?

Cerebral aneurysm

Cerebral aneurysm is the most serious complications of PKD. It refers to a bulging blood vessels due to weakening of the blood vessel wall.It is a common cause of dizziness in PKD.In serious case,aneurysm can rupture,causing bleeding into the brain.If not tread before the aneurysm ruptures,this can lead to irreversible brain damage or death.

How to treat cerebral aneurysm in PKD and prevent it from rupturing?Chat with the online doctor for some medial suggestions.

High blood pressure

High blood pressure is a common feature of PKD,occurring in 60-70% of patients with normal renal function by age of 29. High blood pressure is associated with a poor prognosis of PKD. The enlarged cysts can cause pressure against nephrons, resulting in renal ischemia and anoxia.When kidneys can not get enough oxygen,more renin will be made by kidneys,thus contracting renal blood vessels.As a result,high blood pressure will result.High blood pressure can contribute to dizziness in PKD.

Anemia

Anemia more commonly occurs in advanced stage of PKD. Healthy kidneys can produce a hormone called EPO.EPO can stimulate the bone marrow to produce red blood cells.However, when kidneys are impaired, they become unable to produce EPO adequately.As a result, less red blood cells are made by bone marrow. Red blood cells can distribute oxygen to body tissues and cells. When insufficient oxygen is supplied to brain cells, the patients may have dizziness.

The above are the causes of dizziness in PKD, for more medical suggestions to manage the condition, you can email to kidneycares@hotmail.com  for more treatment suggestions.

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