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Some kidney disease patients always complain that there is swelling on their wrists and make them pain and discomforts. But they do not how does it occur in kidney disease? And how to treat this condition?
Writs pain is pain located in the wrist.actually, it is commonly seen in carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Actually, there are many factors can lead to wrist pain such as sprains, broken bones , tendinits, swelling, bruising and disfigured joints and so on. And kidney disease patients are also more likely to suffer from the discomfort. The following reasons can be regarded as reference to you.
As we all know, our kidney is an important filtering organ which is packed with numerous functions. One of important functions is to discharge wastes and toxins from the body. However, when diagnosed with kidney disease, the injured kidney can not work well. Thus a large amount of harmful toxins will build up in the body, leading to various symptoms or complications.
As the above mentioned, the healthy kidney is responsible to regulate fluid in the body. When the extra fluid build up in he body, swelling or edema can be caused. And it can appear in patients’ face, eyelid, ankles, and wrists and so on. In addition, the swelling wrists is always accompanied with severe pain.
It can be caused by the accumulation of uric acid in the wrist. When circulating uric acid level is abnormally high, the uric acid crystals can deposit the various joints. Gout frequently occurs in the knees, ankles and wrist.
The accumulation of toxins
The damaged kidney fails to remove extra wastes and toxins from the body, and the metabolic waste products will pile up in blood and damage the body immune system. When the polluted blood flow into wrist, wrist pain will occur.
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