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Bleeding Nose in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease

2014-03-31 23:34

Bleeding nose is a common symptom of chronic kidney disease. Even though many CKD patients have this symptom, they do not know the exact relationship between bleeding nose and CKD. Usually, patients with chronic kidney disease suffer from bleeding nose problem in the following causes.

1. High blood pressure

Kidney has the function of controlling blood pressure, however, damaged kidney can not work normally and high blood pressure will be caused. High blood pressure is the common symptom of kidney disease and it is always a difficult task to reduce blood pressure. In CKD, high blood pressure will lead to the damage to nasal mucosa which can cause bleeding nose.

2. High levels of toxin and waste

The clotting mechanism of the body was affected by high levels of toxic wastes in the blood. When the kidneys are diseased or damaged, toxic wastes will accumulate in the blood gradually. If the toxins content reaches to a certain level, the body's clotting mechanism will be affected, resulting in bleeding nose.

3. Side effect of medication

For patients who are taking medication that contain blood thinning ingredients usually has side effects to patients. Bleeding nose is one of these side effects.

4. Other causes include alcohol abuse, infections and anemia, etc.

If you are suffering from bleeding nose but without the above causes, email your illness condition to kidney-support@hotmail.com. We are here to help you.

Bleeding nose is just one of the symptoms with chronic kidney disease. Besides this, nausea, vomiting, itching skin and poor appetite are all the symptoms of CKD. To get these symptoms remitted or prevented radically, the best method is to repair the injured renal intrinsic cells and improve kidney function. As long as kidney condition is improved, kidney failure symptoms like bleeding nose are alleviated from the root.

No doubt, bleeding nose in patients with chronic kidney disease is so scary in daily life. It is important to calm the patient down and then hold the soft part of the nose (just below the bridge) for around 10 minutes. This effective treatment can make the symptom of bleeding nose get relieved.

Do not be alarmed when you or your family members suffer from bleeding nose. If you have question, leave a message below, we are always here to help you.

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