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Some patients with kidney cysts complain that they are suffering itchy skin and it is bothersome. Itchy skin is a bothersome symptom of kidney cysts. How does kidney cysts cause itchy skin? What should you do to deal with this symptom?
How does kidney cysts cause itchy skin?
Kidney cysts is a progressive kidney disease. The numerous cysts on kidney are increasing and enlarging with no proper treatment. The cysts will pressure the surrounding kidney tissues and affect kidney function. When it progress into kidney failure, the kidney function is greatly decreased and itchy skin will more serious.
The main job of kidney is to filtrate the waste product and toxins in the blood. When the kidney function is declined due to kidney cysts, the waste product and toxins cannot be discharged and they will buildup in the blood. Some toxins will stimulate the skin, causing itchy skin. The more serious of the kidney cysts, the more serious of itchy skin.
What should you do to deal with itchy skin?
The itchy skin may be focal or may be on the whole body. To keep the skin clean is very important to prevent getting infected, which will increasing itchy skin.
To wipe the skin with warm water every day can help alleviate the discomfortable feeling.
Dialysis is one of the choices for you to discharge the waste product and toxins in the blood so as to alleviate the itchy skin. But it is not the long-term method. The toxins and waste product will once more accumulate in the blood if you stop dialysis.
The fundamental method to deal with itchy skin is to treat the kidney cysts and improve kidney function. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is offered to you. It is effective in shrinking the kidney cysts and stop the cysts from enlarging. At the same time, the impaired kidney tissues can be repaired and kidney function will be improved. For more information about how this therapy functions, you can consult the online doctor for free.
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