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People with kidney failure may experience numerous symptoms and discomforts. Well then, is a continuous nosebleed symptom of Kidney Failure? If you happen to have such doubt or are suffering from this condition, please keep reading or you can talk with our online doctors directly.
The nose has large amount of blood vessels located at vulnerable points. Thus it is very easy for the nose to get hurt and start bleeding. As a matter of fact, kidney failure can cause the nosebleed to some extent. The specific reasons are as follows.
High blood pressure
High blood pressure or hypertension is one of leading causes of kidney failure. Very high level of blood pressure for an extent periods may cause nose bleeding. Combination of nose bleeding and high blood pressure is a dangerous situation.
Nosebleed is always associated with vitamin insufficiency. Especially, when you are lack of vitamin C and K. A lack of vitamin B12, vitamin A, and vitamin B9 can cause bleeding nose as well.
Abnormalities of blood clotting mechanism
This often occurs in Stage 5 Kidney Failure patients accompanied by uremic syndrome.
In addition, in order to inhibit the progression of illness condition, some medicines can be prescribed by your doctors. Long-term intake of these western drugs can cause various side effects, bleeding urine is also included.
Through the above analysis, we can see that continuous nosebleed can be regard as a symptom of kidney failure. If left untreated, it may become more serious. Well then, how to deal with this condition?
Sit straight an lean forward to decrease the pressure on the veins of the nose as well as prevent people from swallowing the blood.
The primary cause of nosebleed is mainly due to kidney damage. To restore kidney damage, we recommend natural remedies called Hot Compress Therapy, Immunotherapy, Medicated Bath to you. All of them are widely used in our Treatment center point. If you are interested in them, please leave a message below or email to firstname.lastname@example.org