Hi, Doctor. My husband has already been diagnosed with Kidney Failure for several years. And now he does dialysis every night but he has been getting hiccups. Is this due to the type of fluid he is using? How to help him relieve this symptom?
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Kidney Failure is a pathological state with part or all of the loss of renal function caused by various chronic kidney diseases. As it worsens, patient’s systemic multiple systems and organs will be effected and damaged badly, causing many serious symptoms and complications. In order to control and relieve own disease condition or offer a better condition for Kidney Transplant, Dialysis is necessary for patients.
As a kind of alternative therapy, dialysis can replace several renal functions to keep the whole system in balance provisionally. So there are also some symptoms used by dialysis, effecting patient’s life, like hiccup. Increased urea level, some medications and electrolyte imbalance are all the probable cause of hiccups in Kidney Failure. Basically, dialysis can not entirely displace our kidneys to keep the body running and remove all waste, metabolite, water and toxins in blood. That is to say, it can not improve renal function and repair renal injury either.
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