Hi. My son is taking a diuretic for swelling related to kidney disease. Even so, he stomach remains significantly swollen. Should he cut back on water? Last creatinine level mentioned was 2.4. Some discomfort from tight belly. Mentioned experiencing a little pain on left side earlier but that is now gone. How to solve these problems? Is dialysis the only way to relieve his disease condition? What can your therapy help? Thanks.
SLE (Systemic lupus erythematosus) is a systemic autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks normal, healthy tissue. This can affect the skin, joints, kidneys, brain, and other organs. And can result in symptoms, such as inflammation and swelling. When it causes renal lesions, it is called Lupus Nephritis.
Commonly, to take symptomatic treatments can control and relieve the severity of renal damages. In clinic, it is common for Lupus Nephritis patients to take diuretic to promote the elimination of edema. However, the effect is not very good. Free Online Doctor can help you know more about your disease condition or our treatments directly and quickly.
Actually, dialysis is another way commonly used to remove the excess water in blood, reducing swelling to some extent. What’s worse is that both of two methods can not solve renal lesions fundamentally.
If you are looking for other optional treatments, TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) Therapy offers a better choice for all of CKD patients to protect their remaining health and improve their renal function. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is more suitable for patient’s disease condition.
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