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As an alternative therapy, dialysis is commonly used for kidney failure patients. During or after the treatment, people will experience a range of problems. If you are interested in this, please read on.
Headache It is a common discomfort during dialysis. Generally, painkillers like paracetamol or ibuprofen may make patients feel better.
Fluid retention As patients can not urinate as much as before, fluid retention is more likely to occur between dialysis sessions. In this case, they are not allowed to drink as much as they once did. If not controlled well, increased blood pressure, swelling of your legs, arms, congestive heart failure, etc may come into being.
Low blood pressure Also known as hypotension, and it usually occurs at the end of your treatment, which has close connection with your dry weight. As a consequence, symptoms like blurred vision, dizziness can appear. To control it well, it is necessary to monitor blood pressure, take certain medications and adjust the dialysis rate.
Muscle cramps Muscle cramps can be a common problem of hemodialysis. And it’s occurrence can be caused by low blood pressure, patient being below dry weight and low sodium dialysis treatment.
Infection Dialysis patients can be easily affected by cold, flu and other types of infection. If patients get infected, a blood test will be needed to determine the specific type of infections.
Skin itching This discomfort can be a common complaint among dialysis patients, and it can be caused by a range of reasons, for instance, dry skin, high phosphorus level, allergic reactions and high levels of PTH.
After the above analysis, we believe you have learned a lot about the common problems associated with dialysis. Anything unclear, do not forget that we are always here to help. Contact us: email@example.com or fill in the form below. Good luck!
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