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How fast can I make my rhabdomyolysis go away?

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Dr. Adam Smith
Internal Medicine
6 doctors agree

In brief: Depends on the route

If your kidney function is normal, and the offending activity or injury stopped, copious oral hydration should help your rhabdomyolysis resolve in a matter of days for mild cases.
For more severe cases, intravenous fluids are sometimes necessary. In other cases still, the kidneys can sustain temporary injury which also requires intravenous fluids. All scenarios usually involve several days.

In brief: Depends on the route

If your kidney function is normal, and the offending activity or injury stopped, copious oral hydration should help your rhabdomyolysis resolve in a matter of days for mild cases.
For more severe cases, intravenous fluids are sometimes necessary. In other cases still, the kidneys can sustain temporary injury which also requires intravenous fluids. All scenarios usually involve several days.
Dr. Adam Smith
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Dr. Robert Roth
Internal Medicine - Hospital-based practice
4 doctors agree

In brief: Hydrate well

You actually can't make rhabdomyolysis go away.
It does so naturally when the cause is stopped. Rhabdomyolisis is muscle injury from many possible causes, including trauma, overuse or drugs. Muscle enzymes are released into the blood and in severe cases kidney failure can occur. The muscle heals by itself. Hydration helps clear the enzymes from the body. In severe cases, hospital care is needed.

In brief: Hydrate well

You actually can't make rhabdomyolysis go away.
It does so naturally when the cause is stopped. Rhabdomyolisis is muscle injury from many possible causes, including trauma, overuse or drugs. Muscle enzymes are released into the blood and in severe cases kidney failure can occur. The muscle heals by itself. Hydration helps clear the enzymes from the body. In severe cases, hospital care is needed.
Dr. Robert Roth
Dr. Robert Roth
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Dr. Gutti Rao
Internal Medicine - Hospital-based practice

In brief: Slowly

As long as your kidneys working well with good hydration you should recover in a few days.

In brief: Slowly

As long as your kidneys working well with good hydration you should recover in a few days.
Dr. Gutti Rao
Dr. Gutti Rao
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