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    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.

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    Antibiotics Should Avoid or Adjust for Patients Chronic Kidney Disease

    Antibiotics Should Avoid or Adjust for Patients Chronic Kidney DiseaseChronic Kidney Disease patients are prone to suffer from numerous symptoms which affect their normal life and worsen their whole healthy. Usually, in order to inhibit the discomforts, patients are suggested to take some medications like antibiotics. Well then, some antibiotics should avoid or adjust if you have kidney damage. Here we will make an detailed explanation.

    Actually, there are many types of antibiotics found in drugstores. Some antibiotics can help control kidney disease patient’s symptoms, while some others may cause kidney damage or even Acute Kidney Failure. Therefore, you should never take the medicines by yourself unless you get permission from your doctor. By the way, if you are looking for natural remedy for your CKD, you might as well try our Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy which is a combination of Traditional Chinese Medicine and advanced medical equipment. More detailed treatment process, you can leave a message below or mail to and we will do our best to help you.

    Now, let’s have a look at the what antibiotics should avoid or adjust with renal disease.

    Here are several types antibiotics that need to pay special attention if you have kidney damage. For example:

    1. Pain killers

    If you have decreased kidney function some over-the counter and prescription pain medications, including nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), are not recommended because they can reduce the blood flow to the kidneys, which can cause serious problems for patients with chronic kidney disease.

    2. Diabetes medications

    Diabetes is a leading cause of kidney disease, it’s important that those with diabetes control their blood sugar levels. Blood sugar control typically involves a combination of diet, physical activity, and medication. If you have diabetes and chronic kidney disease, check with your physician to see if any dosing changes need to be made based on your level of kidney function.

    3. Upset stomach

    The group of over-the counter medications can disrupt the body’s electrolyte if you have chronic kidney disease. Consult your doctor to see if these are safe for you to see.

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