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Can Homeopathy Prevent a Person From Going on Dialysis

Homeopathy has been more and more popular among patients. Indeed, there are some people have benefited from this treatment. However, there is no evidence that a person can avoid dialysis by homeopathy. What is homeopathy? Homeopathy is a tr...Read More

Common Complications of Hemodialysis

Hemodialysis, like a coin, has both advantages and disadvantages. To know the risks or complication can help the patients and doctor take proper measures in case of more serious problems. 1. Low blood pressure (Hypotension) A drop in blood...Read More

Why My Feet Get Swollen With Hemodialysis

Hemodialysis is the most common method used to treat advanced and permanent Kidney Failure. Even though dialysis can help the kidney to filter wastes and toxins, it cause some side effects. Many patients complain that they get swollen feet...Read More

When Do I Start Dialysis

When do you start dialysis is determined by many factors. You may want to have a say in this decision, or you may simply want to follow your doctors recommendation. Either way, this information will help you understand what your choices are...Read More

Peritoneal Dialysis for PKD

Polycystic Kidney Disease has been known as one of the most high risk of Kidney Failure. When patients with PKD are at the end stage, they are always required dialysis. Peritoneal dialysis for PKD is one choice, and the other one is hemodia...Read More

Causes of Leg Cramps at End of Dialysis

Leg cramps are a common complication at end of dialysis treatment, occurring in 33-36 percent of patients; they often result in the early termination of a hemodialysis session and therefore a significant cause of underdialysis. The exact et...Read More

BUN Level for Dialysis

Patients usually require dialysis when the waste products in their body become so high that they start to become sick from them. The wastes include creatinine and blood urea nitrogen (BUN). Doctors will take a blood test to see the BUN leve...Read More

Why I Have Trouble in Breathing on Dialysis

Question: Hi, my mother has been going through dialysis for the last 1 year. She doesnt have sugar, but her kidneys are not working well. Lately, for the last 4 months she has been going through heavy breathing and restlessness. She cant sl...Read More

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