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After dialysis, lead to a hiccough

2017-05-15 16:50

After dialysis lead to hiccoughs. In daily life, many factors can cause hiccups and usually this short-term discomfort is a feeling. However, if you find yourself on dialysis, you should be very careful, because dialysis can be the cause. In this case, some special procedures are necessary.

What causes hiccups?

Common Factors

Irritation of the diaphragm causes a significant hiccup, which is usually due to swallowed air, eating too much, alcohol and carbonated drinks, sudden temperature changes, agitation or emotional stress. These are triggers for short-term deviations. However, if the hiccup lasts more than 48 hours, this may be a sign of a more serious problem. This should consult with your doctor.


1, Infection

Infection prone to occur during dialysis. If not treated in a timely manner, it can affect other organs. The gastrointestinal tract is usually infected and various symptoms are present, such as poor appetite, nausea, diarrhea and hiccups.

2, Electrolyte imbalance

For patients on dialysis, they are in most cases renal function lost. As a result, many toxins and waste accumulate in the body, and the kidneys are able to keep the electrolyte balance. In this case, if patients have inadequate dialysis, they are more likely to get hiccups. As a rule, hiccups caused by dialysis are continued. Some patients may have experienced hiccups for several months.


1, Medications: Hiccups are no longer a disease, but a symptom. Treatment includes specialized medications, such as bed linens.

2, How much water, at that time

3, Massage

4, Acupuncture

However, these treatments can ease hiccups temporarily. In order to solve the problem from the root, it is necessary to improve kidney function. Dialysis can not protect and restore kidney function, while Micro-Chinese osmotherapy can achieve it. Mechanized Chinese medicine can dilate blood vessels, supply oxygen and nourish the bloodstream. Thus, damage to the kidney function can be restored. The kidneys can discharge waste and toxins freely, and also maintain an electrolyte balance. You can contact our expert service for more information.

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