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    Why Do Nausea And Hyperkalemia Occur in CKD

    Why Do Nausea And Hyperkalemia Occur in CKD

    chronic kidney disease  is a progressive disease, which will damage patient’s kidney function gradually. Kidney is an important organ, which is in charge of our body’s internal metabolic balances. As a result, in the process of CKD damaging patient’s kidney function, many abnormal conditions will appear in this process.

    For patients with CKD, it is common for patients to have nausea and hyperkalemia, which can affect patient’s life quality and health obviously. Well then, why patients with CKD have nausea and hyperkalemia?

    Why CKD patients have Hyperkalemia?

    kidney can regulate the metabolic balance of electrolytes in our body, and potassium is an important electrolyte for our body health. When patient’s kidney function is damaged severely by his disease, it is normal for patients to have the metabolic disorder of potassium.

    It is more likely for patients to have hyperkalemia, which can cause patients to have many health problems, and that is why patients with CKD should be careful in their potassium intake.

    Why Nausea occurs in CKD?

    Kidney damage and metabolic disorders can cause many health problems, and nausea can be caused by many factors.

    A common cause of nausea is namely the metabolic disorder of potassium, and both hyperkalemia and hypokalemia can cause CKD patients to have nausea.

    Besides, edema is also a common complication of CKD, and patient’s edema can become very severe, which can even cause patients to have gastrointestinal edema. That can also cause patients to have nausea.

    Besides, when patient’s kidney function is damaged severely, lots of metabolic wastes will accumulate in patient’s body. While high level of Urea can stimulate the bacteria in gastrointestinal tract, which can decompose urea and produce ammonia. Ammonia has strong irritation, which can cause patients to have nausea.

    These above are about why patients with CKD have nausea and hyperkalemia, and it is very beneficial for patients to have a better understanding about these aspects, which can help them deal with their problems.

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