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Connection Between Irritable Bowel and Renal Cyst

2014-07-13 01:01

Connection Between Irritable Bowel and Renal CystRenal cyst is a natural lesion for people, normally, it is benign and asymptomatic. However, when the cyst grow to a certain size, it begin to compress the nearby tissues, affecting many systems and organs. Well then, what’s the connection between irritable bowel and renal cyst?

Symptoms of irritable bowel?

Actually, the full name of this problem is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), which is a functional gastrointestinal disorder. The most common symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome are lower abdominal pain, changes in intestinal habits, abdominal irritation relieved with defecation, bloating resulting from changes in intestinal habits. It is notable that most of the patients can be accompanied by fever, vomiting, headache, etc. Also general malaise and lethargy, anxiety, stress, emotional disorders, back pain can also occur in patients suffering from irritable bowel syndrome.

Connection between irritable bowel and renal cyst

As mentioned above, when the cyst is growing, it compresses the nearby tissues, causing ischemia and anoxia of the kidneys. As you know, kidney is the maintainer of the water and electrolyte balance of the body. Meanwhile, the kidney is the regulator of blood pressure. When ischemia and anoxia occur, the kidneys cannot be provided with enough blood and oxygen, and then it gets damage and starts fibrosis. As a result, many wastes and toxins will accumulate in the body and are carried to other organs by blood circulation. When the wastes and toxins deposit in the intestinal tract, it will cause some problems like vomiting, nausea, diarrhea. Irritable bowel is also one of the result of that.

Treatment of irritable bowel with renal cyst

Certainly, there are several factors that can cause irritable bowel, such as diet, emotional stress, or infection. If you can exclude those factors, you can take treatment aiming at shrinking the renal cyst and prevent from infection. Hot Compress Therapy and Medicated Bate are both good ways. Which therapy is better for you depends on your own condition.

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