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Dialysis is a lifesaving treatment for those with end stage renal disease (ESRD) which can help the failed kidney filter blood to some extent. Either peritoneal dialysis (PD) or hemodialysis, there are occasions when a patient may have side effects from the treatment. Well then, can the treatment cause back pain?
Back pain is the common symptom for patients who suffer from kidney failure or CKD Stage 5. Hemodialysis may improve your quality of life and increase your life expectancy. But hemodialysis provides only about 10% of normal kidney function. It does not reverse chronic kidney disease or kidney failure.
For people undergoing hemodialysis, low back pain is a significant morbidity affecting around 1/3 of them. In addition, back pain the common complaint among patients undergoing peritoneal dialysis. The pain is result from paraspinal muscle spasm, sciatica and posterior facet disease. Therefore, we can see these two kinds of dialysis can lead to back pain for patients. Then, one of urgent things for dialysis patients is to relieve back pain.
Well then, how to do?
Actually, to relieve the back pain from the root, what we should do is to improve kidney function, while we should do firstly is to get rid of dialysis. Here a natural and effective treatment called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is recommended to you. The treatment not only can discharge extra wastes and toxins from blood but also can repair kidney damage and recover renal function. Hence it can help reduce frequency of dialysis even avoid dialysis. You can chat with our Online Doctors for more specific info. By the way, other support ways like Medicated Bath, Blood Pollution Therapy, etc, also can be available for you.
Aside from the medical treatment, some home remedies like exercises, massage, hot compress and so on also can be recommended to you. More helpful advice, please mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly.