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Kidney cysts is the most common kidney disease. Serious kidney cysts will cause many symptoms, like back pain, blood urine, proteinuria, high blood pressure and abdominal mass. Can kidney cysts cause urinary tract infection?
Kidney cysts will affect kidney function.
Most of kidney cysts have no obvious symptoms. But once the cysts enlarge and increase, they will oppress the surrounding kidney tissues, causing inflammation. With more and more kidney tissues are affected, the inflammation on kidney will increase. so the kidney function will be affected and finally lead to kidney dysfunction. So it is important to control the cysts from enlarging and increasing.
Can kidney cysts cause urinary tract infection?
When the cysts enlarge to some extent, they are prone to rupture. When the cysts rupture, the cystic fluids will flow out. The fluids will cause infection to the organs where they flow through. When they flow through urinary tract, it will cause urinary tract infection.
While you may not know that urinary tract infection can also increase the risk of the deterioration of kidney cysts. The infection will enter kidney and affect the cysts with blood circulation. Once the cysts are infected, the symptoms will be more serious and the cysts will grow rapidly.
Urinary tract infection can be a symptom of kidney cysts, it is also a cause of kidney cysts. So to prevent infection is of great importance.
The best treatment for kidney cysts is the Chinese herbs, especially the innovative one, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It cannot only shrink the cysts and prevent infection, but also can improve kidney function. For more information, you can ask the online doctor!
Kidney cysts can cause urinary tract infection and urinary tract infection is also a risk factor of kidney cysts. Therefore, it is important to prevent infection. If you have more questions, you can send an email to email@example.com!
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