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What happens with chronic renal failure at terminal stage?

2017-05-15 17:12

What happens in end-stage of CRF? At the terminal stage of CRF (chronic renal failure), often there are various severe symptoms and complications.

The kidneys are responsible for regulating blood pressure, keeping the balance of acid-base and electrolytes, producing some necessary hormones. And in the terminal stage of CRF kidneys lose almost more than 90% of kidney functions and various complications and discomforts arise.

1, Many patients often suffer from severe fatigue, which has related to anemia.

2, Vomiting, nausea and pruritus: these are 3 symptoms in patients at the terminal stage of CRF and with 10% renal function. They are caused by a great accumulation of waste and harmful substances. Many remedies can relieve these symptoms but among them there is no long-term solution. And so improving kidney function is the most effective method for treating symptoms and complications.

3, Patients in the terminal stage of CRF have a high risk of having heart and bone problems. The kidneys are an important organ and in other kidneys other organs will be gradually affected. Problems are often caused by a disorder of potassium metabolism and bone disease with elevated levels of phosphorus.

4, Muscle cramps: Muscle cramps, especially in the legs, often occur in patients with kidney disease. They are caused by an imbalance of water and electrolytes (sodium, potassium or chloride) in the body. In this case, stretching and muscle massage work.

5, Hypertension: long-term hypertension can cause kidney problems, and kidney disease raises blood pressure.

CRF at terminal stage means damage to the kidneys and kidneys are not able to keep a normal life. In this case, appropriate measures should be taken to eliminate symptoms and complications.

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