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Are 4.4cm Bilateral Renal Cysts Serious

I was just trying to find some information about renal cysts. CT showed bilateral renal cysts measuring 4.4cm. I wanted to know if this is serious?

The Doctor Answered:

Are 4.4cm Bilateral Renal Cysts SeriousRenal cyst is a round punch filled with fluid that can be found in one or bilateral kidneys. If it is small, you needn’t to worry about it. However, when the cyst grows to a large size (usually 3-5cm) and cause you some discomforts, you should pay attention to that.

There are some symptoms with enlarged kidney cysts, such as pains on the back, flank or even abdomen, bloating stomach, foamy or bubbly urine, red or dark brown urine. Some complications may also be caused, like urinary tract infection, kidney stone, high blood pressure, liver cyst, or brain aneurysm. If you have any symptom listed above or other discomforts, you can consult our online doctors for suggestion or email to for suggestions.

We have been taking Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for shrinking kidney cysts. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the main treatment in our hospital. The effective ingredients can permeate into kidney lesions directly with the help of osmotic device. As a result, blood vessels can be dilated and extracellular matrix can be degraded.

Besides it, Foot Bath, Medicated Bath, Stem Cell Therapy, etc may also be used based on your own condition. If you need more detailed information about our hospital or therapies listed above, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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