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    How about the prognosis and life expectancy of each stage? And whether your condition still can be reversed? You can surely find the answer here.

    CKD Symptoms A~Z

    Which CKD symptom are you experiencing? Now follow us to learn more about your symptoms and find the natural ways to relieve them.

    CKD Treatment

    What kinds of treatment options can help reverse your condition and avoid dialysis treatment? Here you will surely find new hopes.

    CKD Diet﹠Fitness

    There is no a certain food you can not eat, which depends on your specific condition. learn more about foods & fitness to improve the quality of life.

    CKD Stage1~2

    CKD stage 1-2 means the mild reduction of kidney function, though not serious the condition is, proper managements are still needed.

    CKD Stage 3

    CKD stage 3 means the moderate reduction of kidney function. Some complication are likely to appear at this stage, but it still has a certain possibility to be reversed.

    CKD Stage 4

    CKD stage 4 means the severe reduction of kidney function. And the possibility to reverse the condition has been discounted, but dialysis still can be prevented.

    CKD Stage 5

    CKD stage 5 means the last and most severe stage of kidney disease. But if there still has blood flow in kidneys, dialysis and kidney transplant are still likely to be avoided.

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    Medications Contraindicated in CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease)

    Medications Contraindicated in CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease)Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) patients may be required to take many drugs, so as to alleviate related symptoms and complications such as painkillers, diuretics, antibiotics, hypotensive drugs and so on. Well then, there are also medications contraindicated in CKD that you should pay attention to.

    For chronic kidney disease patients, many western drugs can be prescribed by their doctors due to various symptoms. But any medicines should be taken correctly, so as to prevent further damage. Maybe you have a well understanding about side effects and complications of hormones and immunosuppressants, but you may not have full knowledge of renal toxicities of certain drugs. Some drugs can cause or worsen some symptoms like high creatinine levels while some can even cause Kidney Failure directly. Therefore, you should keep in touch with your health provider when you are taking these medicines, so that you can adjust dose of drugs at any time.

    If you are taking follow medications, you should know their potential damages to the kidneys.

    Painkillers: Although these medicines such as aspirin, acetaminophen, ibuporfen can relieve pain effectively, but a long time intake will increase kidney damage which is dangerous for kidney disease patients.

    Diuretics: in view some points, some diuretics can help discharge extra wastes and toxins from blood. However, overuse of some diuretics can cause electrolyte imbalances and worsen renal damages.

    Antibiotics: nearly all antibiotics have mild to severe damages to patients with advanced kidney problems such as penicillin, cephalosporins, ciprofloxacin, etc.

    Immunosuppressants: prednisone, cyclosporine are commonly prescribed drugs to renal disease patients.

    Inappropriate dosing in patients with chronic kidney disease can cause toxicity or ineffective therapy. In particular, older patients are at a higher risk of developing advanced disease and related adverse events caused by age-related decline in renal function and the use of multiple medications to treat comorbid conditions.

    All in all, patients should be careful when they are taking medications. And if you have any questions, please talk with our doctors online or leave a message below directly.

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