What is a good diet for someone with kidney disease, gout, and high blood pressure?

Low purine diet. There are diets that are specific for reducing uric acic. You can do a google search but basically you should avoid alcohol and organ meats such as liver kidney heart anchovies.

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Which mechanism in kidney disease causes high blood pressure?

Salt, hormones. Kidney disease causes salt and water retention which contributes to high blood pressure.Certain hormones are activated in kidney disease which further increases the blood pressure. Read more...
Kidney disease - BP. The two principal mechanisms are salt retention by impaired kidneys and secretion of renin from injured / compromised macula densa islands. Renin activates angiotensin which is a potent vessel constrictor and salt retainer; so kidney disease generates hi BP and kidneys are harmed further by hi BP - - - thus kidneys are "victim" to HIBP and kidneys "are villains" _ generating hiBP ....... Read more...

What to do if I hear the people with kidney disease can get high blood pressure. How is this?

Kidney dz and HIBP. Injured or diseased kidneys retain sodium and secrete renin; renin activates angiotensin which elevates BP directly; high BP thus results from sodium retention and angiotensin excess; angiotensin constricts arteries which elevate BP directly. Read more...

Are high blood pressure and kidney disease related?

Very much. There is a strong link between kidney disease and high blood pressure. High blood pressure is the number 1 cause of kidney disease. Kidney disease in turn makes high blood pressure worse. It becomes a vicious cycle. Read more...
HBP/renal Dis. 31 from Palo Alto wants to know if HBP and kidney disease are related. YES!! The most common cause of kidney failure and dialysis is due to high blood pressure esp if you also have DM. K damage can cause high BP. If the kidney disease came first then that may be cause of HBP. If HBP came first then that may be cause of Kidney problem. Need more information. Most Drs here can't read your mind. Read more...

Is there a risk of kidney disease, taking any of the high blood pressure medications?

Not really. Blood pressure pills, when used as directed, can often times prevent kidney disease associated with high blood pressure. Lisinopril can occasionally raise your serum creatinine (kidney test), but this is not uncommon and does not necessarily mean it is hurting your kidneys. Your doctor would follow this to be sure. Read more...
BP med. Kidney disease is not induced by BP medication, unless an allergic reaction evolved. This is very rare. Lisinopril is a terrific BP lowering med; it preserves kidney tissue from hypertensive damage; lisinopril and other ACEI can result in a reduction in kidney function that is transient and is due to arterial disease in the kidney arteries; thus cautions accompany ACEI Rx and Docs must check lab. Read more...

Is coreg (carvedilol) the drug of choice for high blood pressure in a person having kidney disease?

No. Ace inhibitors (like lisinopril) are the drug of choice. Caution must be used as the disease advances to avoid the risk of hyperkalemia (excess potassium). Read more...
No. Although is a good BP agent for a patient with hypertension and/or heart disease, it would not be the best choice for someone who has kidney disease. A patient with kidney disease should be getting a medicine called an ace inhibitor like Lisinopril or an arb agent like Cozaar or diovan (valsartan). These agents help protect your kidneys from getting worse. Read more...
Coreg (carvedilol) BP CKD. Coreg (carvedilol) is an excellent beta blocker; if lowers BP well and can lessen kidney injury from high BP; ACEI or ARB are generally listed as first choice drugs for HIBP and CKD; ACEI and ARB should not be used together, but an ACEI and Coreg (carvedilol) is an excellent combination; an ARB and Coreg (carvedilol) is also excellent; a carefully dosed diuretic is usually needed also. Read more...

Are there any health risk taking 20mg of Cialis if you have stage 3 kidney disease due to high blood pressure that is under controlled by medication?

Depends. U need to dose as per crcl.If u r crcl 30-50ml/min max 10 mg / 48 hrs.Check with u r md or pharmacist ! Read more...
Cialis. BP can drop with this class of medication; be careful; monitor BP a couple times a day at home with and without cialis; this dose is high; Read more...

Can low thyroid mask symptoms of high blood pressure caused by kidney disease? Is blood pressure of 170/150 a medical emergency?

BP of 170/150. Your blood pressure is significantly elevated and is, therefore, poorly controlled. Your hypothyroidism is not masking it. As a young woman, you need to speak to your physician (P) about either increasing your BP meds, from one to more agents and considering the fact that you have secondary hypertension (SH) and working up for that possibility. See you P for more help, as your P knows you best. Read more...

What could cause hand to bleed for no reason my dad recently started noticing drops of blood just appearing on top of his hand without him hitting it or hurting it in any way. He has history of heart disease high blood pressure stroke and kidney disease.

Oner . Oner cause of seemingly spontaneous bleeding may be a pyogenic granuloma a small soft reddish soft tissue bump that can form a t a site of cut. The tissue bleeds very easily. A varicosity or loop of dilared vein if cut may seem to bleed excessively. Dry skin that cracks at the joint sufces or pal can bleed. Finally minor trauma can lead to an abrasion of cut unbeknownst to the injured. Agree that blood needs to be check for clotting, bleeding time etc and certain medications, aspirin, nsaids, and of course blood thinners such as Coumadin (warfarin) if being taken need to be checked. As well as a variety of blood disorders. Read more...
He . He may be having issues with abnormal clotting. He should see his doctor, especially given the medical history you have provided. Read more...
Bleeding hand. Is he taking aspirin or plavix (clopidogrel)? does he get heparin for dialysis? is skin very thin and atrophied; Read more...