Lower back pain is an ailment for many people, but if they are often troubled by
Kidney Diseases Are PKD People Always in Constant Pain
Lower back pain is the feelings when renal capsule is damaged. Some Kidney
Diseases will stretch renal capsule or affect its local nerves, such as Acute
Nephritis, Renal Cyst,Polycystic Kidney Disease, Pyelonephritis, Obstructive
Nephropathy, Nephrotic Syndrome, Renal Venous Thrombosis, and Nephroma which
cause dull pain or swollerpain.Could Chronic Pain and Fatigue Related to FSGS
Another kind of pain is sharp pain, which is usually attributed to the
infections and wounds in kidney diseases such as broken cysts, bleeding in renal
tumors, or acute lacking blood, purulent infection in kidneys.
In addition, renal colic often occur among patients with kidney stone,
nephrotuberculosis, renal tumors, obstructed urinary tract by clotting and dead
tissues from renal papillae. Management of Back Pain in Dialysis Patients
Non-kidney diseases Diabetic Nephropathy, Creatinine 5.56, Swollen Legs and Back Pain
Lower back pain can result from strain of lumbar muscles, herniated disk and
bleeding, swellings, cramp caused bruise or sprain.
Spine is connected with lower back, so the diseases in spine may affect lower
pack, such as spinal cord tumor and myelitis. Moreover, pain in lumbosacral
portion can involved with lower back pain. This pain caused by the diseases in
some organs like womb and pancreas.
In fact, it is not difficult to tell the pain caused by kidney diseases from
that of non-kidney diseases. Most kidney diseases can be found in urine test, B
ultrasound and renal function test. Thus lower back pain may indicate more
severe diseases sometimes. It is harmful for your health to keep a continuous
lower back pain and take no tests or treatments.