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Frequently Asked Questions About Kidney Disease

What are the Complications of Removal a Kidney Stone with Cysts on the Kidney

Usually, there is no any obvious complications of removal a kidney stone with a cyst, but as in any surgical procedure there are risks and potential complications...Read More

Cyst on Kidney is It Necessary to Remove It by Operation

What can he do to both reduce creatinine levels so he can leave the hospital and also to save his kidney ? Is it necessary to take operation to remove the cyst ?...Read More

End Stage Renal Disease with Terrible Bloating Can Dialysis Help Me

hi doctor, i am a End Stage Renal Disease patient and now suffering from terrible bloating, my doctor recommend dialysis and i want to know whether it can help me...Read More

What is the Cause of Presence of Red Sand Like Particles During Urination

Red particles during urination,What is the Cause of Presence of Red Sand Like Particles During Urination....Read More

Is there any Ways to Let Kidney Disease Patient Recover from It

A:Hi,my brother has a chronic kidney desease secondary to chronic glomeruloneephritis...is there anyways to let him recover from that illness?...Read More

Is It Safe to Take Salvia Capsules while Taking Cyclosporine

Cyclosporine is a kind of Chinese traditional medicine for activating blood circulation, it can reduce the side-effect of Salvia Capsules....Read More

Can Kidney Stones Cause Foamy Urine

Can kidney stones cause foamy urine ? For this question, the answer is yes, foamy urine surely can occurred in this disease. ...Read More

Can a Simple Kidney Cyst Cause Pain

Can a simple kidney cyst cause pain ? Usually, there is no any symptoms of this disease, so people with it will not fell any pain. But, under abnormal condition, it can induce pain....Read More

Why the Blood Urea Level will Goes Up

Hello doctor, i want to know why the blood urea will goes up ? A weeks ago, i took a routine test and found my blood urea is higher. I even don’t know the reasons....Read More

Creatinine Level Increase from 1.5 to 1.7 does It Means Kidney Disease

Excluding all of those no-disease factors, creatinine level increase from 1.5 to 1.7 does means your kidney has damaged mildly and now you are in stage 2 Chronic Kidney Disease....Read More