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Can Consuming too much Ibuprofen Cause Kidney Failure

Ibuprofen is among the common Nephrotoxic medicines that may possibly induce
kidney failure. The risk of kidney injury is much higher if the medicine is applied for heavy dosage or over a long course. Kidney damage caused by Nephrotoxic medicines can sometimes be permanent and irreversible. Thereby, it is very crucial for us to have a general knowledge of Nephrotoxic medicines and understand proper ways of preventing kidney involvement. The following are more details:
What are common types of Nephrotoxic medicines?
1. Antibiotics and chemotherapy drugs:
①Commonly seen: amphotericin B, neomycin, cefotaxime, Ⅱ, etc.;
②Less commonly seen: gentamicin, card, kanamycin, streptomycin, tobramycin, amikacin, polymyxin, vancomycin, sulfa drugs, etc.;
③Occasional seen: penicillin (I, II, III), carbenicillin, chlortetracycline, oxytetracycline, cefotaxime (Ⅳ, Ⅴ and Ⅵ), rifampicin and so on.
2. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs: indomethacin, ibuprofen, aspirin, compound aspirin (APC), phenacetin, security antipyrine aminopyrine, paracetamol and so on.What Is the Right Treatments' Choice for Kidney Failure Patients
3.Chemotherapy drugs: cisplatin, methotrexate and mitomycin-C
4.Anti-epilepsy drugs: three pairs of ketones, phenytoin sodium
Other nephrotoxic medicines also include: anesthetics, a variety of vascular contrast agents and so on. What’s a Natural Way to Lower Creatinine 7.8 for Kidney Failure Patients
What are symptoms of drug-induced kidney damage?
Patients with drug-induced kidney damage may present various symptoms, such as back pain, changed urine color or urine output, nocturia, swelling in eyelids or lower limbs, anemia, fatigue, etc.
Clinically, however, there are also such cases where patients don’t present any symptom at all.40% Kidney Failure, 60% Remaining: Is There Any Way to Reverse It
How to prevent medicine-induced kidney diseases?
1. Take in water before and after consuming the medicines so as to promote excretion of the medicines and alleviate toxicity to the kidneys.
2. Apply medicines under instructions of expert doctors. Never increase medicine dosage or application time on your own will.
3. The elderly, diabetics and kidney disease sufferers should try to avoid Nephrotoxic medicines.

4. For patients with renal insufficiency, medicine dosage should be adjusted based on the specific kidney function.

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