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Calcified kidney cysts is commonly seen among patients with complex renal cysts rather than simple kidney cysts. Facing the condition, many patients are worried and anxiety. One of concerned questions for patients: Do I need surgery?
Why does calcified cyst occur in patients with complex renal cyst?
Generally speaking, complex renal cortical cyst has two characteristics. One the one hand, it has irregular cyst lining and internal structure. The internal walls may divide complex kidney cyst into many parts. Within the walls, there are many irregularities. On the other hand, complex cortical renal cysts may have calcification.
Should I need surgery？
Actually, kidney cyst with calcification is not so serious, which means that there are calcium deposition inside the cyst. If the deposition volume is small and cause no symptoms, no treatment is needed. However, a regular test to monitor the growth of kidney cyst is very necessary. Especially when the calcium deposition forms stones and interfere with urine flow, it should be treated immediately. Many person will choose surgery to remove kidney cyst, but it just remove kidney cyst momentarily. Ever worse this method also can lead to quick growing of the small cyst.
Do you want to find out a method to instead surgery?
If the biggest cyst is bigger than 3 cm, you need to pay much attention to some symptoms like high blood pressure, pain around abdomen, foam in urine or blood in urine etc. In order to prevent these condition, natural treatments come from Traditional Chinese Medicine are recommended to you. For example, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a combination of Chinese medicine and advanced medical equipment. Through the functions of promoting blood circulation, decreasing the activity of the lining cells, increasing the permeability of cysts wall and changing the inner and outer pressure difference of cyst wall, the cysts fluids can be reabsorbed and be removed out of body with urine. The whole process will not cause any further damage to kidneys. What’s more, kidney cysts also can be shrunk naturally.
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