What Helps Treat Nausea and Vomiting in Chronic Kidney Disease2012-12-17 17:11
Nausea is a discomfort of the stomach that often comes before vomiting. Vomiting is the forcible voluntary or involuntary throwing up of the stomach. Most often, nausea and vomiting occurs in Chronic Kidney Disease (Chronic Kidney Disease). This severe discomfort orders about many patients to find how to treat nausea and vomiting in Chronic Kidney Disease.
Usually nausea and vomiting is harmless, but it can be a symptom of a more severe disease. Once the patients with Chronic Kidney Disease develop nausea and vomiting, it often indicates that their condition has deteriorated into moderate or end-stage Chronic Kidney Disease. This sign warns the patient to get prompt treatment.
What helps treat nausea and vomiting in Chronic Kidney Disease?
To the patients with high blood pressure and high creatinine, the doctor usually adopts antihypertensive and hemodialysis to help these patients treat nausea and vomiting. After a period of treatment, the nausea and vomiting can be remitted largely, but the patient’s urinary volume may reduce gradually and leg swelling occurs. Then the patients have to face with these complications.
Is there a treatment to help them treat nausea and vomiting in Chronic Kidney Disease with fewer side effects?
The fortunate answer is yes. A patient coming from Guinea says I once had nausea and vomiting in the last year, and then I accepted hemodialysis in Thailand for six months, which makes me feel better. However, I begin to have no urine that orders about me to find a new therapy to treat my disease. Then I arrived at China one month ago. In China, the doctor gives me a new treatment, through which my urinary volume recovers to 600ml/24 hours and my creatinine is reduced too.
From the above, we can know this patient’s condition has been remitted with fewer side effects, so you can also be treated if you are one of patients with Chronic Kidney Disease.
To treat nausea and vomiting in Chronic Kidney Disease, only depending on hemodialysis is not enough and the patients should be given other treatment to assist hemodialysis. Therefore, their condition can recover better.