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Complications of Renal Cysts (Kidney Cysts)

Renal cysts are the phenomenon that cysts present on either or both kidneys.
These cysts may have different sizes and either liquid or semisolid substance is inside of them. In most cases, these cysts cause no symptoms or complications. Only when these cysts on kidney grow too large, symptoms or complications will be caused.
Simple Renal Cysts is the most common type of renal cysts complications or symptoms could be as follows:
Pain in abdominal rib and back
The pain usually presents as intermittent dull pain, however, sudden intense pain could be caused if cysts bleed. When there is infection of renal cysts, the patients always complain the general malaise with pyrexia.
Physical sign
The physical examination is usually normal. Yet, the patients can touch a lump or mass in the part of kidney or abdomen. And also, there is a feeling of pain when pressing the abdominal rib part.
Lab checkups How to Shrink the Cyst With Polycystic Kidney Disease(PKD)
The urine test is generally normal and the microscopic hematuria is rarely seen, unless the cysts are bilateral or multiple.
Above are the main symptoms or complications of Simple Renal Cysts. Then, as for the other important type of renal cysts---Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD), what are the symptoms or complications of it? Take a look.
Hypertension How to shrink Kidney Cyst(Renal Cyst)
Hypertension is a medical term for high blood pressure and it is a common complication for PKD. If hypertension is not treated properly, it can damage your kidneys and increase the risk of heart disease, stroke, etc.
Renal Failure or even Uremia Is There Any Cure for Polycystic Kidney Disease
This is one of the most serious complications for PKD. Nearly half of those with PKD have renal failure by age of 60. So, treating hypertension is very important for the patients with PKD, otherwise the kidney can deteriorate into the renal failure, or renal failure and even the uremia.
Polycystic liver disease Available Treatment Options for Polycytic Kidney Disease
About 30% of people with PKD develop polycystic liver disease. And the polycystic liver is likely to increase with the age. While both men and women can suffer cysts, women often have a higher risk, which is possibly aided by female hormones.
Chronic pain
Pain is also a common symptom for people with PKD. It often presents in your either side of waist or the back. And, the pain is also associated with a renal stone or a urinary system infection.
Cerebral aneurysm
People with PKD have a high risk of brain aneurysm, especially for those aged over 50. This risk is higher if you have a family history of aneurysm or if your hypertension is uncontrolled.

The above are complications or symptoms of renal cysts. If you are interested, please feel free to consult our service staff on line or email me.

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