What will Happen if Kidney Failure Patient Drinks too much Water2015-06-14 16:17
What will happen if kidney failure patient drinks too much water ? would it be fatal? As we all know when a normal person drinks much of water he/she will pee more than usual. But if renal failure patients drink too much water, they cannot discharge out the fluid water timely due to the kidney disfunction, without timely treatment it will be fatal.
What will happen if kidney failure patient drinks too much water ?
As we mentioned above if a kidney disease patient there is a big problems left. Drinking too much water can lead to a condition known as water intoxication and to a related problem resulting from the dilution of sodium in the body, hyponatremia.
It's called fluid overload and causes many problems. Fluid can gather in your lungs, cause congestive heart failure, electrolyte imbalances, renal (kidney) dysfunction, etc.
So as a kidney disease patient you should make sure you get enough water, but not too much. For example, kidney disease patient with swelling in body or with no much urine should limit the intake of the water. But for different patient has different disease condition, so they should drink different amount of water. If you want to know how much water you want to drink, you can send your details by email to us, after analyzed we will reply you as soon as possible. Our mail: email@example.com
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