Sleepiness, fatigue and poor appetite may be early manifestations, but they are most easily overlooked. Why renal insufficiency patients commonly have nausea and vomiting?
People are often associated with fatigue. The causes of these symptoms can be roughly attributed to the following points:
1. There is a large accumulation of toxins in patients with renal insufficiency, such as creatinine, urea nitrogen and some phenols, which can reduce gastrointestinal peristalsis, affect the digestive and absorption function of the gastrointestinal tract, and lead to malabsorption of nutrients; even toxin stimulation can cause nausea, vomiting and so on, making the loss of nutrients even worse.
2. Causes of long-term chronic blood loss. Toxin is too high, causing increased gastrointestinal to vascular permeability, prone to gastrointestinal bleeding, clinical manifestations are hematochezia, and even severe gastric bleeding and hematemesis.
3. Chronic renal insufficiency usually develops from chronic nephritis for a long time. Chronic nephritis is characterized by proteinuria and hematuria. The long-term loss of human protein causes malnutrition.
4. Reasons for anemia. When renal insufficiency occurs, the secretion of erythropoietin decreases, together with malnutrition absorption and chronic blood loss, which are often accompanied by anemia of varying degrees, resulting in inadequate oxygen supply, fatigue, dizziness and other discomforts.
To sum up, sleepiness and fatigue can be the early manifestation of chronic renal failure. Most people do not think so. When the disease unfolds, abdominal distension, nausea and vomiting will occur, resulting in an increase in the number of stools or diluted stool. At this time, the disease has become more serious, making patients have to seek medical treatment, but at this time the prognosis is poor. Therefore, we should go to the hospital regularly for physical fitness. Once there are discomforts such as sleepiness, fatigue, pallor, edema and poor appetite, we should pay attention to them.
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