How to Relieve Those Uncomfortable After Hemodialysis2016-10-21 15:35
My mum is undergoing dialysis, she feels uncomfortable since the beginning. Chest distress, numb legs and cramps are bothering her every time she begins her hemodialysis. To make things worse, she couldn’t get sleep at night. What should she do now?
Lots of factors would affect dialysis, the following possible reasons may account for your mother’s suffering according to the info you provide.
1. Her dialysis is insufficient. Usually, hemodialysis is done three times a week.
2. She may drink too much fluid. Patients on hemodialysis should strictly restrict their water intake during receiving dialysis. 2kg becomes the upper limit of body weight before and after dialysis.
3. Dehydration also cause uncomfortable. See if this is the reason why your mum feels bad.
4. Please attach importance on anemia, low level of protein or disordered electrolyte since these conditions appear commonly in people on hemodialysis.
5. Talk with her attending doctor to find out why.
How to avoid those side effects of dialysis?
The patient need to communication with their attending doctor frequently, so that the doctor can adjust the dialysis times and other things accordingly, that will be helpful for reducing the side effects of dialysis.
The best way is to find an alternative treatment of dialysis. Here i recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to you. With the help of this treatment, the side effects will be reduced. What’s more, the dialysis times can be reduced gradually, if the patient can take it earlier, they may get a chance to get rid of dialysis.
If you are interested in this alternative treatment to dialysis or want to live better with dialysis, you can send email to us or leave message below, we will try our best to help you.
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