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Is Tic A Normal Symptom for Patients with Uremia

2013-10-14 13:59| Font Size A A A

Many uremic patients often have the symptom of tic, especially in the evening. Why patients with Uremia appear tic? And is tic a normal symptom for patients with uremia?

Uremia experts said that uremia is not a single disease, but a poisoning syndrome due to the accumulation of metabolites and other toxic substances in the body caused by Kidney Failure. It is the most severe manifestation of renal failure. Patients with uremia are prone to fatigue, weakness, dizziness, headache, muscle twitching and persistent anasarca, ect.

Kidney is the main organ for the synthesis of active vitamin D. The function of vitamin D lies in the regulation of calcium phosphorus metabolism, maintain the calcium-phosphorus product within a certain range. Patients with uremia produce less active vitamin D, so the calcium phosphorus balance is broken, the intestinal calcium absorption decreases, and the kidneys phosphorus output decrease. The result is blood calcium decreases, and phosphorus in the blood increases. Some diuretics, such as furosemide will increase calcium excretion. When blood calcium ions reduce, the excitability of nerve muscle increased and cause muscle twitching. And hypocalcemia is very common in uremic patients, and often accompanied by hyperphosphatemia. Calcium is an electrolyte closely related to the neuromuscular excitability.

Experts suggest patients to choose an early aggressive treatment. Only a right therapy can help you to get rid of various pains. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is recommended by many experts and patients. It is an alternative therapy for uremia. If you are interested in this therapy, please send an email to renal-disease@hotmail.com, we will give you a reply as soon as possible.



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