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High Phosphorus Level and Itchy Skin for Kidney Failure patients


2015-11-04 14:32

High Phosphorus Level and Itchy Skin for Kidney Failure patientsPhosphorus is an essential mineral found most commonly in the body as phosphate. It is required for healthy cell function, and it is a major structural component of bone. However, high levels of phosphorus in the body, known as hyperphosphatemia, can lead to chronic itching. Especially, the Kidney Failure patients are more easily to suffer form the itchy skin. Is there any relationship between the high phosphorus and the itchy skin for kidney failure patients. Our ONLINE DOCTOR can tell you the truth.

Relationship between high phosphorus level and itchy skin

The high phosphorus level is the most important reason to lead to itchy skin. When the patients are told they are diagnosed with the kidney failure, at which time they lost a lot of the kidney function. So that, the kidney will fail to filter most of the harmful waste out of body, which include of the phosphorus. And with time going on, there will be more and more phosphorus accumulate in the body, and with the blood circulation, the phosphorus will reach to the surface of the skin, which will lead to the itchy skin for the kidney failure patients.

How to get rid of the extra phosphorus and the itchy skin for kidney failure patients

There is a great Chinese medical treatments can help the kidney failure patients get rid of itchy skin. The Medicated Bath is made by various kinds of the traditional Chinese medical herbs. the kidney failure patients can discharged a lot of the harmful waste by soaking in the hot medical bath. Beside that, the Chinese medicine can penetrate into the internal body and treat the damaged kidney. So after some times the kidney failure patients apply this therapy, the ability of discharging waste for the kidney will improve a lot.

If you are a kidney failure patient and you are tormenting by the itchy skin. It is time for you to decline the high phosphorus level with our treatment. you can send emails to kidneyabc@hotmail.com , or add my viber/whatsapp +86 /13503211882, or communicate with us through the skype:abc.kidney.



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