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Kidney Failure is the advanced stage of chronic kidney disease. It is characterized by severe loss of kidney function. So some symptoms will follow, such as swelling, nausea, vomiting, itchy skin, high blood pressure, etc. Anemia is also one of the common symptoms of kidney failure. Then how to treat anemia due to kidney failure?
Why does anemia occur?
Anemia is a condition that the blood capacity of carrying oxygen is decreased. It occurs when the balance of blood loss and blood production is disturbed. One of the kidney functions is to secrete hormone. The erythropoietin is the hormone that is relevant to anemia. Erythropoietin can stimulate the bone marrow to produce red blood cells. Besides, the accumulation of some toxins in blood due to kidney failure will also decrease the production of red blood cells. So red blood cells production is the leading factor of anemia.
How to treat anemia due to kidney failure?
The root method to treat anemia is to improve kidney function remove the toxins in blood. Some patients with kidney failure may be treated with dialysis. Here I will tell you that dialysis is indeed a choice for patient with kidney failure. But it is also a induce factor for anemia. Some red blood cells may be lost with dialysis.
In recent years, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has draw a lot of attentions. It is useful and safe. It is used externally. An osmosis device is applied to this therapy. The herbs can be permeated into kidney lesions by this therapy. This therapy can achieve such goals as dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degrading extracellular matrix. The damaged kidney lesions can be repaired and kidney function can be improved gradually. Therefore, there will enough red blood cells. If you want to know more about this therapy, you can send an email to email@example.com for a reply.
To treat anemia due to kidney failure, you should also well manage your diet. You can ask the online doctor for what diet you should consume with anemia.