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Kidney failure is the advanced stage of chronic kidney disease. There is no obvious symptoms until it develops into moderately or severely stage. Nausea and vomiting are often the symptoms of patients with kidney failure.
The causes of nausea and vomiting
The normal kidneys help us to remove metabolic wastes and toxins from the blood and keep acid-base balance. Kidney function of patients with kidney failure is severely damaged and almost half of the function has lost. The ability to filtrate wastes and toxins and keep acid-base balance is decreased. Then nausea and vomiting appear with the disorder of acid-base balance and the buildup of the wastes and toxins in blood. Because nausea and vomiting with kidney failure is different from the common gastrointestinal discomforts, we must search for the right method for it.
The treatment of nausea and vomiting
This uncomfortable feeling is more obvious in the morning and drinking some water can help alleviate this feeling.
Urea nitrogen is the main toxin in the blood and it will be decomposed into ammonia which can stimulate intestines and stomach to cause nausea and vomiting. Less protein intake is helpful to decrease this symptom because one of the main sources of urea nitrogen is protein breaking down.
To treat nausea and vomiting completely, you must start from the underlying causes. Kidney damage is the root cause of this uneasiness so you are suggested to treat kidney problem and improve kidney function firstly. Micro-Chinese medicine osmotherapy has been proved effective in treating kidney problem. It can not only alleviate the symptoms but also can repair kidney lesions and rebuild kidney structure. Once kidney works well, nausea and vomiting will be decreased or vanished.
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