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Can Chronic Kidney Disease Cause Gout and Joint Pain

2014-02-24 06:07

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) refers to gradual loss of renal function. As renal function declines, the patients will experience a myriad of symptoms. Gout and joint pain are two common signs of chronic kidney disease.

Gout and joint pain in chronic kidney disease

Gout may occur if high levels of uric acid build up in body. Uric acid is the byproduct of purine and it is normally eliminated from body by kidneys. However, the diseased kidneys fail to remove uric acid from body adequately. The extra uric acid will mainly deposit in joints. To clear off the deposits, the body will initiate an inflammation. The inflammation may cause gout in the affected joint. Joint pain is just a sign of gout.

What’s worse, if the uric acid deposits in kidneys, the kidneys may become inflamed, thus worsening renal function further. Therefore, it is critical for people with chronic kidney disease to control gout and the related joint pain.

How to control gout and joint pain in chronic kidney disease?

To control gout in chronic kidney disease, anti-inflammation medication is commonly prescribed. This can help relieve gout to some extent, but it can not control it fundamentally.

To control gout and joint pain in chronic kidney disease, the most important step is to lower the high level of uric acid in body. The most important way is to restore the impaired kidney structure and improve the filtration function of the kidneys.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an effective treatment for chronic kidney disease. This is an externally applied therapy in which the effective medicines can be penetrated into kidney lesion directly through the skin and channel in kidney area. The effective medicines can activate the self-renewing and self-rebuilding of the kidney structure. If the kidneys can function more efficiently, uric acid will be filtered out of body. Hence, gout and joint pain in chronic kidney disease will be controlled fundamentally.

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