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Would High Creatinin Levels Lead Into Nausea?

Posted Time : 2015-04-24 09:58

Can high creatinine levels cause nausea?

Why CKD patients felt nausea and how to treat it with natural treatment? Can high creatinine levels cause nausea? There are many CKD patients have some symptoms that high creatinine levels and nausea. you can ask our ONLINE DOCTOR for free.

Generally speaking, healthy kidneys can help remove waste products and excess fluid out of body. Because kidneys have very strong compensatory ability, the creatinine levels will not increase until about 40-50% of kidney function has been lost. Too much toxins and waste products in the body are easy to stimulate gastrointestinal tract, causing nausea. Especially when the condition develops Kidney Failure, a common complication called intestinal ulcers is likely to happen, which can also lead to nausea and vomiting and other discomforts.

How to alleviate CKD patient pain with natural treatment?

Use acupressure. You can do this by applying your thumb on your wrist and using pressure for 30 seconds. Your index and middle fingers should be on the top of your wrist.

Take two ginger root capsules or steep a cup of tea with a piece of fresh ginger in it. Ginger ale can also help. Ginger has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for nausea.

Of course, we will take treatments for patients according to their illness. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can deal with your problem. It can promote blood circulation and remove obstruction in channels, so the blood flow in the kidneys will increase. it may help patient Email to kidney-healthy@hotmail.com or leave message on below, we are glad to offer you more professional guidance quickly for free.

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