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Hypocalcemia occurs when blood calcium level is lower than the normal range and it belongs to calcium metabolism disorders. Some people with renal failure also complain of hypocalcemia. Why? And is there any treatment to deal with this problem? Read on and find more info.
Disorders of calcium metabolism
As we all know, our kidneys are in charge of regulating and balancing phosphorus and calcium in the blood. For kidney failure patients, their kidney functions are severely damaged so that patients often have metabolic disorder of phosphorus and calcium--high serum phosphorus and low serum calcium. This phenomenon contributes to causing hypocalcemia.
Lack of vitamin D
When kidneys are diseases, they cannot activate vitamin D. This is also contributes to the calcium insufficiency, and with decline of kidney function, the absorption of calcium in the gastrointestinal tract will decrease
Side effect of medications
Kidney failure patients are often required to take medications to control their illness condition, while if long-term or overdoes intake will induce many side effects for patients. and hypocalcemia may be regarded as a side effect of these medications.
Then, how to deal with it?
All in all, to treat hypocalcemia , it is very important to repair damaged kidney tissues and enhance kidney function. At our center pont, Micro-Chinese Medication Therapy is widely used to eliminate various symptoms and manage kidney disease. It takes advantage of Chinese medicine and Western technology to repair kidney damage and enhance kidney function. And the active ingredients of Chinese medicine can be permeated into kidney lesions under the help of osmosis devices. And they can provide enough nutrients to meet the need of the body. Once kidney function comes back to normal, it can well regulate levels of calcium and phosphorus. At the same time, hypocalcemia can be well controlled even eliminated.
You should also have regular blood tests to monitor the blood calcium and blood phosphorus levels so as to prevent hypercalcemia.
Except for that, you can overcome it by diet therapy. Wanna more detailed info, feel free to contact our online doctors or email us to firstname.lastname@example.org.