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Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) is a genetic disorder which is characterized with numerous cysts growing on the kidneys. Along with the progression of illness condition, patients are prone to suffer from lots of pains, like back pain, kidney pain, headache, etc. Now, the urgent things are to find out the underlying causes and effective treatment.
Now, let’s have a look at the causes of Pain in PKD.
Patients with PKD have lots of cysts in their kidneys. These cysts have different sizes and they can enlarge over time. As the cysts grow bigger and bigger, they will begin to oppress patients’ kidney and its surrounding tissues. Then, the pain feeling will occur. The other cause of pain is kidney cyst infection. Infection will cause extracellular fluid deposition, thus stretching capsule of kidneys and causing pain.
How does PKD patients’ pain feel like?
In the early stage of PKD, cysts do not cause pain. But when kidney cysts begin to oppress the kidney, it can cause dull pain or sharp pain. In addition, when the cysts enlarge to a certain size and rupture suddenly, or patients have urinary tract infection, patients will have a sudden sharp pain.
How to relieve the pain for polycystic kidney disease patients?
Actually, shrinking cysts and repairing kidney damage are the most important two things. I do not suggest surgery to you, because it may cause the secondary damage on the kidneys. In order to guarantee the safety and therapeutic effects, I prefer the following treatments for your reference.
It is one Traditional Chinese Medicine treatment which is commonly used for relieving the various diseases like headache, joint pain, poor sleep quality, weight loss, back pain and so on.
It is an innovated treatment from TCM but used externally. These herbs are micronized and soaked with medical fluid. Then, you just need to lie on the bed, with medical fluid bags under your kidney area. When switch the osmotic device, the ingredients can permeate into kidney lesions directly, and can shrink kidney cyst by improving blood circulation.
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