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Complex kidney cyst 8cm is enough to draw your high attention because patients with the big cyst are more likely to suffer from numerous symptoms and discomforts. Well then, what treatment can help decrease its size?
Actually, a complex kidney cyst is different from a simple kidney cyst as the cyst may have irregularities within the walls of the cyst and/or within the contents of the cyst. Both simple and complex cysts do not cause any discomforts when they are small in size (less than 3 cm). However, cysts on the kidneys, over time they will enlarge. Generally, when cysts become big enough, it will start to oppress the surrounding tissues and cells, triggering numerous symptoms like back pain, high blood pressure, urinary tract infection, blood in urine and so on. Having many or thick walled septations may suggest that the cyst is more likely to be associated with a kidney cancer. Cysts may also suggest that the cysts may also be “calcified”, or the calcifications may be quite thick.
These cysts often require intervention by a urologist for treatment. Most complex kidney cysts with enhancing components are managed by surgical removal or by percutaneous or laparoscopic ablation.
Due to potential risk of surgery, many patients prefer looking for alternative treatments. Some natural treatments can be available in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, China.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can be recommended to you. Shrink the cysts to ideal size so that the cysts will not affect patients' normal daily activities. On one hand, herbal medicines can soften the cyst wall and increase its permeability so that the fluid in the cysts can be re-absorbed into the surrounding blood vessels. On the other hand, these medicines can improve blood circulation and increase blood flow in the kidneys so that these cystic fluids will be taken away with blood circulation so that the cysts can be shrunk little by little.
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