Swelling in feet or other regions is usually the first symptom of Hypertensive Nephropathy. Although frequent urination isn’t as common as swelling in feet, it indeed happens in many patients with both high blood pressure and kidney disease. ONLINE DOCTOR will help you.
Why does Hypertensive Nephropathy cause frequent urination and swelling?
First of all, we should know chronic hypertension causes kidney disease easily by damaging the small blood vessels of the kidneys and kidney filtering units. In this case, fluid and sodium may retain in tissue spaces and large quantities of protein may leak in the urine. Both of these two aspects can cause swelling in feet directly.
When you have swelling, doctors may prescribe some diuretics to help alleviate your swelling. Then, frequent urination occurs easily as a result of diuretics. Besides, kidney infection, prostate problems, diabetes, etc, can also lead to this symptom.
How to treat frequent urination and swelling in feet?
Based on their causes, we give out the following treatment options:
Restrict the fluid and sodium intake: It can help not only ease swelling and frequent urination but also control high blood pressure. As for the amount of fluid and sodium to take, it should depend on your illness condition; drug combination: For people with Hypertensive Nephropathy, their blood pressure is usually difficult to manage. Drug combination means several types of anti-hypertensive agents are used to lower hypertension. On the one hand, it can reduce the dosage of every medication so as to decline side effects. On the other hand, it can strengthen the therapeutic effects of these medications.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy With the effects of dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degrading extracellular matrix, this therapy can correct the state of glomerular ischemia and anoxia.
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