Blood Urine in Polycystic Kidney Disease How to Treat It2015-06-22 15:39
Blood urine in Polycystic Kidney Disease how to treat it ? Blood urine is one of the symptoms of Polycystic Kidney Disease, but most of people do not know it, even some people thought it will threaten their life. In fact, you should not panic, it can be controlled well with timely treatment.
Why blood urine occurs in Polycystic Kidney Disease ?
Blood urine is one of the most common symptoms of PKD, it is mostly caused by the enlarged cysts. You know that the cysts will grown with the time, at the beginning it is so small that will not induce any symptoms, but after it grown big enough, it will oppress kidneys and some of them even rupture, thus induce blood urine.
How to treat blood urine ?
Blood urine can be relapse, so you should pay high attention to it. For the treatment of blood urine, first you should take some measures to prevent infection which may make the disease more complex; then take measures to stop bleeding, you can take some medicines or injection some hemostatic.
How to prevent blood urine from relapse ?
As we mentioned above, if you want to prevent it from relapse prevent infection is very important but that is not enough. The key point to prevent it from relapse is to find a effective therapy to treat this disease from its root.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is one of the effective therapies, the active materials in it can improve the circulation condition of blood vessels and cysts and soften the capsule wall, thus increasing the permeability of capsule walls and inhibiting the secretion of capsule wall cells. With the help of this therapy, the cysts can be shrunk and inhibited. So the blood urine and other symptoms caused by enlarged cysts will be prevented.
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