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Vomiting and Ammoniacal Odour in Mouth for Renal Failure

2012-10-23 17:32

Vomiting and ammoniacal odour are commonly seen in renal failure. It can make the patients very unpleasant. This article will explain the causes of these two medical conditions.

Why does vomiting occur in renal failure?

Vomiting and nausea is one of presentations of digestive tract system. As illness degree varies from case to case, the severity and times of vomiting are also different. Vomiting and nausea can become more serious early in the morning.

When renal function declines, the urea nitrogen level will increase. In intestines, the urea nitrogen will be decomposed into ammonia. What’s more, ammonia can stimulate gastrointestinal tract, thus resulting in vomiting and nausea.

When renal function declines, urine concentration reduces, the urine output increases at nighttime. As a large amount of urine is lost during nighttime, the urea nitrogen level increases relatively. Therefore, the nausea and vomiting will become serious early in the morning.

To relieve the problems, the patients should drink more water in morning and reduce the concentration of urea nitrogen in blood, it may help them relieve the condition and even help avoid it.

Why does ammoniacal odour occur in renal failure?

Some patients with renal failure will experience ammoniacal odour and other unpleasant smell in their mouth. The bad odour can become extremely when the disease aggravates.

The causes of ammoniacal odour is similar to vomiting and nausea in renal failure. The accumulated nitrogen urea in intestinal tract can be decomposed into ammonia by urease. Then, ammonia stimulates the gastrointestinal mucosa. As a result, the patients will experience ammoniacal odour in their mouth. That is to say the ammoniacal odour is associated with the levels of urea nitrogen levels in blood closely.

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