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How to Treat Itchy Skin after Dialysis for Lupus Nephritis Patient

2015-11-26 16:43

Lupus Nephritis, Itchy Skin after Dialysis, How to Treat Itchy Skin for Lupus Nephritis Patient How to treat itchy skin after dialysis for Lupus Nephritis patient? Many Lupus Nephritis patients complain the itchy skin after dialysis, which make much pain and impact their life greatly. However, just a few patients know the causes. In the following we will give you some details about the reasons for itchy skin and effective treatments.

What can cause itchy skin for lupus nephritis with dialysis?

Kidneys play an important role in removing wastes and toxins out of the body. Once kidneys are damaged, they won’t work effectively. Although dialysis can replace some parts of renal function, it cannot work effectively as the healthy kidneys. The main factor to cause the skin itching for patients is the high level of phosphorus in the skin. When kidney is damaged by lupus nephritis, the ability of discharging the waste of the kidney will decline a lot than before. So a lot of the waste like phosphorus will retained in the internal body, and with blood circulation, the phosphorus will attached in the surface of the skin. As a result, itching occurs.

How to treat ithy skin after dialysis?

The traditional Chinese Medicated Bath not only can treat the itch skin superficially, it also can treat kidney damage itself essentially. The traditional Chinese medicated bath is made by various kinds of the natural Chinese medial herbs. And the Chinese medicine can contact with the skin directly, so the itch skin will be relieved effectively.

How the Chinese medical bath treat the itch skin fundamentally?

Through soaking the Chinese medicine can penetrate into the focus of the kidney parts, and some impaired organs and tissues will be treated naturally, and they will become more and more healthier and healthier. And the ability of excreting the waste for the kidney will improve a lot. And after the soaking in the hot medical bath, the phosphorus will flow away with the sweat. So the itch skin for the lupus nephritis patients with dialysis will be relieved from the root.

If you want to control Lupus Nephritis well without dialysis, you can send email to us, we will try our best to help you. Our email: sjzkidneyhospital@hotmail.com

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