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How to Treat Feet Pricking In the Course of Dialysis

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2015-05-17 17:32

How to Treat Feet Pricking In the Course of Dialysis?

First of all, we should know about the reason that feet or hands pricking. Because of CKD patients’ kidney function deteriorated increasingly. Their blood circulation is become weak increasingly. Besides, the function of excreting toxins deteriorated as well as peripheral nerves injured.

Chronic kidney disease brought many complications and pain for patients. Chronic kidney disease patients always feel feet or hands pricked, which it disturbs people peaceful life. If you have any question please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR for free.

CKD patients are told to take some medicine to relieve pain. But they want to seek other better treatment to alleviate their disease.

Dialysis is a measure that cleans waste products and extra fluid by filtering blood to regulate blood pressure and keep electrolyte level in balance, alleviating poisoning symptoms. Generally speaking, Dialysis is effective measure to eliminate toxic substances in the body, reaching to some level. But patients will appear to anemia, fatigue, headache and muscle cramping after dialysis.

Please do not worry about too much. We usually use traditional Chinese herbal medicine to repair the damaged kidney and we have many effective therapies. Such as, medicated bath is only one of our many effective traditional Chinese medicine therapies. I will tell you more about our specialized treatment later when i have known more about your current kidney condition.

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