Can Kidney Failure Cause Rash
Skin rashes are common in patients with Kidney Failure. It can cause patients crazy. How does this happen? And what is the treatment for itchy skin?
1. Causes of itchy skin in kidney disease
Kidneys remove wastes from the bloodstream. When the kidneys fail, the build-up of waste in your blood can cause skin rash. Besides, patients accumulate excessive phosphorus which contributes to itching. Uremic frost is a description for crystallized urea deposits that can be found on the skin of those affected by advanced kidney failure. In stage of prolonged kidney failure, high levels of urea are secreted by sweat glands in the skin. Because water evaporates off of the skin, it causes crystallization of the remaining urea. All these cause itchy skin or skin rashes.
2. What is the treatment for rash in Kidney Failure?
The common way is dialysis which helps remove some wastes from your blood to relieve itchy skin. Dialysis can be effective temporarily but for long time, dialysis is not suggested. Because dialysis can cause some side effects like low blood pressure, headache, dizziness and so on. Dialysis only control symptoms not the disease itself. Then what can treat kidney failure from root?
Here we recommend a systematic Chinese medicine treatments including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Medicinal Soup, Moxibustion Therapy and Steaming Therapy, etc. They first remove wastes from your blood to give you a very clean blood environment. Without a clean blood environment, it can reduce the efficacy of medicines you take and also cause further kidney damage. When blood environment is cleaned, Chinese medicines can arrive at kidney lesion directly to repair kidney damage and improve renal function. This can treat skin rashes radically and naturally.
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