Cysts in kidney are sacs filled with fluid. With time flying, they may become larger and larger. If they rupture, there will be some dangers. What are dangers of ruptured cysts in kidney?
The common symptoms when cysts rupture are pain, blood in urine, urinary tract infection, sepsis and hemorrhage, and acute renal failure. If left untreated, they can be life-threatening.
When the cysts rupture, you may feel a sudden sharp pain in the area around kidney. In fact, when the cysts begin to press against the tissues around, there is a pain. On the other hand, if the fluid in the cysts is infected, the infected fluid will spread to the other part of the body, resulting in infection. In this case, it will cause pain.
Blood in urine
Blood in urine may result from the rupture of blood vessels in the cyst wall. It may also because the enlarged cysts damage the kidney tissues, leading to renal fibrosis. This will allow blood cells to leak. In mild cases, you can not detect blood in the urine and it is only available by a urinalysis screen. If the cases is much severe, you can see blood urine.
Urinary tract infection
If the infected cyst fluid flow through urinary tract, it is more easily for you to have urinary tract infection.
There are also much more severe cases, that is sepsis and hemorrhage and acute renal failure.
All in all, when the cysts in the kidney burst, you should treat it urgently, or it will threaten your life. Remember that do not eat drugs over-the-counter when these symptoms happen. Because some of the medicines have renal toxicity and cause further damage. In order to get rid of cyst rupture, you should talk to your doctor and take measures to shrink these fluid-filled cysts.