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Gout Can Lead to Kidney Failure

We often hear of people lamenting about unbearable pain because gout is attacking their joints causing stiffness, swelling, deformity and impaired movement. The damage is magnified when gout causes chronic kidney disease and even worse, when it leads to kidney failure. Gout...
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Know the 9 Symptoms of Kidney Failure

The signs and symptoms of chronic kidney diseases (CKD) are so subtle that they often go undiagnosed. CKD and polycystic kidney diseases (PKD) often progress because patients do not realize that they are getting worse. Recognizing the symptoms of kidney failure at the onset will...
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Treatment and Management of Anemia for Patients on Dialysis

Patients with Chronic Kidney Diseases most often have anemia, the condition where a person’s red blood cells are depleted. While those with CKD do not produce enough erythropoietin, patients on dialysis are more likely to get anemia which will worsen as the kidneys stop...
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Kidney Diseases, Sexuality and Pregnancy

Individuals with chronic kidney diseases are often concerned with sexuality and having a child. It is not uncommon for a woman with CKD to wonder if she can get pregnant or for a man undergoing dialysis if he can become a father despite his treatment. Additionally, there are...
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Lower Blood Pressure Not Necessarily Better for Kidney Diseases

Hypertension has been identified as a risk for the kidneys’ well-being. This is enough ground for patients to be observed, especially those with over <130/80 mmHg blood pressure level. However, newer studies indicate that this is not necessarily a “better”...
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Vitamin B1 Can Reverse Early Stage Kidney Disease

This may not be at the top of your list, but you will soon realize just how vital this is in preventing kidney damage. Vitamin B1, also known as thiamine, has been found to be an effective natural element that can reverse the early stage of kidney disease. It does sound...
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Kidney Disease and Painkiller Safety

If a person’s kidneys become compromised, one of the first steps often taken is to alter their diet. Good exercise and a healthy lifestyle are also vital. But as they plan how to eat and exercise, many people forget another important element in trying to keep their kidneys...
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