Many patients with kidney disease will have symptom of nausea when their creatinine levels become elevated. This indicates that other body's systems have been affected by renal damage. In this case, prompt treatment is needed to restore the kidneys' metabolic function. Read on to learn more about this.
What causes high creatinine level and nausea in kidney disease?
The elevated creatinine level in the blood is mainly caused by renal ischemia and anoxia due to various primary or secondary factors. As a result, renal intrinsic cells are damaged and the filtration barrier gets impaired, so the toxins cannot be timely removed, and they will build up gradually within the body.
With the collection of toxic substances in the body, every body system can be affected, resulting in symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, oliguria, anemia, hypertension, etc.
What to do with high creatinine level and nausea in kidney disease?
Actually, the key to successful treatment is to ameliorate the renal ischemia and anoxia, repair the damaged intrinsic cells and restore the filtration barrier.
For some people with severe nausea and vomiting, they will adopt dialysis to relive the discomforts. As a renal replacement therapy, dialysis can function to eliminate the internal metabolic products and remedy the symptoms of digestive tract in certain degree. Meanwhile, patients should also notice that during the treatment process of dialysis, they may also experience much more serious nausea.
In addition, though this treatment can provide a more easier environment for repairing of renal intrinsic cells, it fails to improve the kidney function and completely eliminate the symptoms of high creatinine and nausea. Hence, patients are suggested to find a more fundamental and natural treatment to deal with their problem. If you need any help for effective treatment, feel free to consult our online doctor.