Kidney Disease can cause many symptoms and complications to patients, thus decreasing renal function and affect the patients normal life. Some patients do suffer from vomiting but have no idea. Why do kidney disease patients keep on vomiting? You will see the answer.
It is well known that our kidneys are important internal organs which are packed with numerous functions, so as to maintain the whole body healthy. However, once there is something wrong with your kidneys, your body will suffer discomforts more or less. Actually, vomiting is one of common symptoms for patients with kidney disease. And several causes can lead to the symptom.
Renal disease can cause accumulation of excessive urea nitrogen in the blood stream due to decreased renal filtration rate. Urea enzymes can decompose urea into ammonia which can stimulate the gastrointestinal mucosa and cause nausea and vomiting.
2. Edema on digestive system
In addition, when the Kidney Disease develops, edema usually enters patient’s life. When edema attacks in your body surface, such as on face, legs or feet, you can see the swellings by your eyes. However, when swelling occurs in your internal organs, you will never see it by your eyes. But, you can feel it. Vomiting and nausea are the indicators of swellings on digestive system.
3. Wastes and toxins in the body.
Kidneys are important filtering organs for our body. However, when kidneys are damaged by some factors, it cannot do the job effectively. Then, more and more wastes and toxins will build up in the body, causing sickness.
Through the above analysis, we can see that vomiting can be one of obvious symptom along with the progression of kidney disease. And then, how to deal with the condition? In our center point, we think that improving renal function is necessary to relieve related symptoms. If you want to know how we deal with it, please do feel free to contact our Online Doctor directly.
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