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How to Ease Skin Itch for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients

How to Ease Skin Itch for Nephrotic Syndrome PatientsWhen your Nephrotic Syndrome develops to kidney failure, more and more symptoms will appear. Skin itch is a common complication of kidney failure. How to ease skin itch for Nephrotic Syndrome patients?

Causes of skin itch for Nephrotic Syndrome patients

Skin itch may be associated with high phosphorus level. Because the damaged kidneys can not expel the waste from body, phosphorus and some other minerals easily build up in the blood. Phosphorus may combine with calcium to form itching crystals. When they are secreted by the skin, itch occurs. Besides, some other waste such as urea in the blood can also irritate skin and cause itching. Moreover, the high concentration of waste in the blood will draw water from skin, resulting in dry skin.

Treatment to ease skin itch for Nephrotic Syndrome patients

According to the different causes of skin itch, you should take different measures. You should lower phosphorus level. Eating phosphorus binder with diet can control the intake of phosphorus. Besides, keeping the skin clean and moist is also helpful. Taking vitamin D and supplying calcium can increase the calcium level in the blood and decrease phosphorus level. If it is other waste that causes your skin itch, you should lower their level.

Purifying blood is helpful for easing skin itch. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are many therapies, such as Medicated Bath and Circle Therapy. They can make use of your skin to draw out toxins from your body as to ease skin itch.

But the fundamental way is to repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, blood vessel dilation and extracellular matrix degradation, which can help you achieve the goal. With systemic treatment, your kidneys regain their ability to remove the toxins and ease skin itch.

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