How to Relieve Back Pain in Polycystic Kidney Disease
Question One: Why do I have this pain? Is it due to the cysts?
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To answer this question, we should first make out what happens when you have Polycystic Kidney Disease. Polycystic kidney disease is a renal disorder in which clusters of cysts primarily develop within your kidneys. The cysts are noncancerous round sacs which contain water-like fluid. You can imagine, when there appear these cysts, what your kidneys will be like. The cysts are not formed at one blow, but they gradually grow, the size from small to big and the number from few to more. The cysts will surely give pressure to your kidneys, which is one of the reasons of why you have high blood pressure, and also why you have back pain.
Question Two: What are the consequences of back pain? Will the lasting pain cause other symptoms?
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We have discussed the reason which causes your back pain. Then the answer to this question is easy to understand. We know the growing cysts can cause pressure to your kidneys, and of course they may press each other. When the pressure is big enough to break the cysts, the cysts will burst, the result of which is blood in urine (hematuria). Another one is that polycystic kidney disease causes your kidneys to gradually lose their ability to eliminate wastes from your blood and maintain your body’s balance of fluids and chemicals. As the cysts enlarge, they produce pressure and promote scarring in the normal, unaffected areas of your kidneys. These effects result in high blood pressure and interfere with the ability of your kidneys to keep wastes from building to toxic levels, a condition called uremia. As the disease worsens, end-stage kidney (renal) failure may result. So the right choice for you is to receive treatment earlier before it is too late.
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Question Three: What should I do to relieve the back pain? What are the options?
Your doctors may have told you that if the cysts are not large enough, you don’t need to care about them; when they grow bigger, you can remove them with operation. That is one of your options. However, what you should care about is what the operation will bring you. The cysts may be transiently “removed” because the fluid in them is absorbed during the operation, but in fact, the cysts are still there and they will continue to grow… Here is another choice for you: you can try Chinese medicine, which have the ability of shrinking the cysts and stopping the cyst fluid from forming, thus achieving the effect of taking the disease under control. We will not explain the details of how Chinese medicine treats the disease. You can know the details in our website. In addition, you can ask the online consultant or leave message to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.