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Why Does Kidney Failure Cause Vomiting
Kidney Failure: Kidney failure with uremia (build up of urine toxins) can result in vomiting, but mild or moderate kidney failure usually does not have any vomiting. When someone is close to end stage renal disease, that is when we expect to see nausea and vomiting. However, acute renal failure can also result in these symptoms. ...Read more
The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more
Renal failure: The shaking can be due to infection - failing kidneys make you more susceptible to infection. It can also be due to your blood salts being abnormal. This weblink is a good one to find out about the symptoms of renal failure: http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/168915-kidney-disease-symptoms-pains/. Reading this should give you a better understanding of what happens when kidneys fail. ...Read more
Nausea and vomiting mostly in morning, sleep a lot, can't eat much, only drink pedialyte, very weak, every muscle aches. Kidney failure? Still urinating.
Possibly: The symptoms of nausea/vomiting, loss of appetite, and fatigue are common in patients with renal failure. Without knowing the full medical history it is difficult to given a full differential diagnosis. Many patients do still make urine when they have early renal failure. Recommend seeing your PCP for blood chemistry and urinalysis. ...Read more
How will a 23 year old get chronic kidney disease who is not diabetic, when diagnised was having high BP and metalic taste in mouth and vomiting?
Is it real?: Based on a fad for overinterpreting spot creatinine levels, every young man who's well-muscled is now being diagnosed with "chronic kidney disease", much to the chagrin of both the lab medicine and nephrology communities. Demand a proper diagnosis before you get turned into a kidney patient. ...Read more
Fluid Status: Kidneys are very important for fluid balance in the body. They filter our toxins and regulate your volume status (how much fluid you have in your body). When they fail the ability to loose water/fluid by way of your urinary system goes away and fluid buildup begins. ...Read more
The so-called enterohemorrhagic e. Coli is linked to a particular form of kidney disease called hemolytic uremic syndrome. Type o157 is the most common but other o types can also cause this. Anti microbial agents not only do not prevent the kidney complication but clearly are linked to a higher risk of it.
However, e.Coli sepsis of other types can cause kidney failure that may be prevented by rx. ...Read more
Low blood pressure, interruption of blood flow, obstruction of urine flow, drug allergies, toxic drugs, autoimmune disease, heart failure, chronic liver disease, sepsis,
underlying problems such as diabetes and myeloma increase the chance for renal failure.
There are many causes, most are evident upon inspection of the patient, this requires expert attention and action to reverse the process. ...Read more
No: Gonorrhea does not directly affect the kidneys. However, repeated infections can impair urine outflow from the bladder by causing a urethral stricture. Failure for urine to leave the body (bladder) means the kidneys cannot work. This is called urinary obstruction. Relief of the obstruction restores kidney function. ...Read more
Not in Normal people: Patients with compromised kidney function are the only one suffer this complication. Enough fluid intake before and after administration of isovue will help on those patients. A person with normal function should not worry up to 150 ml of Isovue injection. ...Read more
It is possible: Iv contrast can cause temporary kidney problems. If your kidneys are not functioning normally in the first place, they are more susceptible to this. Your doctors should make sure that the benefits of the test that requires contrast outweighs any risks. There are medications that help reduce the risk if you must have the test. ...Read more
It progressively worsens the kidneys. Starts out by ruining different filters, first more urine, then start peeing proteins called albumins. This stage is called 'microalbuminuria'. As diabetic nephropathy progresses, increasing numbers of glomeruli are destroyed.
All this happens throughout the years. ...Read more
My hemoglobin was 7.5 before surgery & my iron less than 10 I went into kidney failure could this have caused it?
Not likely: What kind of surgery did you have? If it was elective surgery, your doctor would have corrected your hemoglobin by iron administration. In an emergency surgery, they could have given you blood transfusion. ...Read more
I just drank 45 oz of water in one sitting within 5 minutes... Could this cause kidney failure or water toxicity?
No and Yes: Drinking too much water will not cause kidney failure. Depending if there are other medical conditions too much water could cause your sodium level to decrease to an unsafe level, anyhow assuming there are no other abnormalities your kidneys should be able to get rid of the extrawatwer up to 20 lit per day. ...Read more
A condition in which your kidneys suddenly stop working normally. Since your kidneys remove waste products and help balance water and salt and other minerals (electrolytes) in your blood, when your kidneys stop working, waste products, fluids, and electrolytes build up in your body. This can cause problems ...Read more