A nosebleed is the relatively common occurrence of hemorrhage from the nose, usually noticed when the blood drains out through the nostrils. It may be caused by various reasons and is rarely fatal, but sometimes, it indicates something wrong about your health, like Kidney Failure. So why does kidney disease cause nosebleed? Is it serious for patients? Are there any treatments can help patients control or relieve their renal damage?
Here the article may can help you learn more about your disease condition, hoping this can help you take better care of yourself and choose a more suitable therapy. ONLINE DOCTOR can offer more details directly and quickly for free.
Kidney Failure is a life-threatening disease although most of patients die from CVD (Cardiovascular disease) not renal damage. For patients with kidney disease, as it worsens, their systemic multiple systems and organs will be effected badly. At the same time, many serious symptoms and complications will appear, effecting and damage patient’s remaining health.
It is common that CKD patients are diagnosed with anemia. For patients, inordinate endocrine system can not secrete enough EPO erythropoietin) to promote the blood formation, leading to anemia. Besides, contaminated blood will also poison or kill the health red blood cell, worsening anemia. In this case, as anemia aggravates, patient’s disease condition will also be worse and worse, which will cause coagulation disorders. Coagulopathy is the main cause of nosebleed.
In fact, nosebleed commonly appears in the later period of CKD. That is to say, if you suffer from nosebleed during CKD, your kidney disease is not optimistic.
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