It has two types of swelling (edema), which are the local edema and generalized edema, excessive Fluid Retention in the clearance or body Cavity. As one of the most common symptoms of kidney disease, it often appeared in the early stage. Following this article to know more information about edema, or you can consult ONLINE DOCTOR directly in free.
What happens if left untreated edema?
In fact, if not treated, the edema can induce further damage to the kidneys and Kidney Disease worsen. What's worse, it can lead to Kidney Failure. As a patient of kidney disease should take timely treatment to prevent the disease from getting worse.
How to treat the edema in renal disease?
To control proteinuria is a useful way to relieve edema. Due to the loss of Proteins can lead to edema.
In addition, to maintain a healthy diet can also help to alleviate the condition of illness. Low in Salt and low in the water can prevent the exacerbation of edema. The reduction of the intake of Animal Protein and Vegetable Protein with more High Quality Protein, which can complement the right and maintain the patient's Life.
In addition, dialysis may also help patients clear away the excess Water and waste, toxins, metabolites in the Blood, the control of the leakage of protein and relieve edema. However, the key is that we cannot Treat the renal lesion of patients, but also accelerates renal failure.
The Toxin-Removing Treatment is better than Dialysis through the Elimination of toxins in the Blood, which can offer a better internal Environment for renal Repair, it is useful to improve renal function. After improved renal function, All These symptoms will be relieved in 10-15 days such, edema, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, poor appetite, etc.
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