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How to identify the early signs of uremia?

When all the tissues of your kidney are fibrotic, leading to the complete loss of kidney function, you have developed uremia. When uremia occurs, the patient will have a series of serious complications, even life-threatening, so. Early prevention is very important. So how to identify the early signs of uremia?

How to identify the early signs of uremia?

For some high risk groups such as hypertension, diabetes, nephropathy, we should pay special attention to some early signs of uremia, and come to the hospital in time to take blood samples to check the renal function. Hypertension; Poor appetite, often nausea, vomiting, bleeding; Nocturnal urine increased, urine color faded; Anemia exacerbates, turning pale or yellowish; Bones ache all over the body, easy to cramp; Careless fatigue and inattention; Swelling of the eyelids or lower limbs.

Must uremia be untreatable? The answer is no. As long as there is a reversible cause of uremia, such as uremia caused by acute urinary tract obstruction (including stones, blood clots, etc.), lupus nephritis uremia, once the reversible cause has been found and eliminated. Uremia can be reversed. But if you miss the best time to treat uremia, it becomes irreversible and must be treated in time.

Nephropathy experts point out that generally speaking, the following measures can effectively slow down the progression of uremia:

Active treatment of primary diseases. There are many pathological bases that can exacerbate uremia, so eliminate the factors that exacerbate renal failure as much as possible. For example, the detection of urinary tract obstruction should be treated in time, and hypertension should be found with antihypertensive drugs. The electrolyte imbalance should be corrected in time.

Diet should be low in protein. Uremic patients should pay attention to low protein diet, and preferably in the early stage of uremia adjustment. In addition, phosphorus-containing foods should also be reduced intake. But the total calories should also be adequate. Pay attention to the intake of essential amino acids along with a low protein diet, sometimes through intravenous supplementation of essential amino acids.

Targeted use of drugs. Uremic patients should choose the appropriate and targeted drugs.

Patients should pay attention to rest. This is the most important, uremic patients must pay attention to rest, to avoid overwork to aggravate the development of uremia, to establish the confidence to overcome the disease, with the doctor treatment.

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