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Frequent urination is an embarrassing thing which not only can affect your normal life and work, but also it may indicate more serious disease. A person with kidney cysts are prone to suffer from frequent urination. Well then, why do kidney cysts cause frequent urination?
It is well known that renal cysts or kidney cysts are round punch filled with fluid. They are normally non-cancerous but can cause kidney damage when they enlarge to a certain size.
How does kidney cysts cause frequent urination?
Over time, renal cysts enlarge and compress nearby tissues, leading to ischemia and anoxia in the kidneys. As a result, the kidneys start fibrosis due to shortage of oxygen and blood. In the condition, kidneys are unable to do their normal job. In the normal condition, urine forms after reabsorption of renal tubule. When kidney cyst cause kidney damage, renal tubule are also injured. As a result, fluid cannot be reabsorbed effectively, thus large amounts of urine forming.
After seeing the causes of frequent urination, let’s see its possible treatment.
Actually, to relieve the frequent urination, it is important to control the growth of cysts or even shrink these cysts. Western medicines are just responsible for controlling some symptoms to some extent, more worrying, long-term intake chemical drugs will also bring the further kidney damage. Therefore, this is why we do not recommend the signal western medicines.
In order to safe and curative effects, we prefer introducing the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). However, unlike traditional oral medicines, we treat kidney cysts by the Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy which is used externally. The active ingredients have the functions of shrinking cysts by softening the cyst wall and increase its permeability. What is more, the epithelial cells will be deactivated so that they will cease to secrete cystic fluids and the cysts will not enlarge any more.
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