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    Symptoms Of Electrolyte Imbalance In Patients With Renal Disease

    Symptoms Of Electrolyte Imbalance In Patients With Renal DiseaseKidney is an important organ which is in charge of our internal balance, and as a result, kidney disease can cause many health problems in patient’s body.

    Kidney has the function of regulating the balance of fluid, electrolytes, acid-base in our body, so for patients with kidney disease, their kidney function can be damaged by their disease, and the internal balance will be broken.

    Electrolyte imbalance is a common problem in patients with kidney disease, and this health problem can also cause many other problems in patients’ body, which can lead to ,many obvious systems.

    1. Hypertension:

    Hypertension is very common in patients with kidney disease, and there are two major causes can lead to hypertension, and the retention of sodium and fluid is among them.

    2. Itching:

    Patients with kidney disease also often have itching in their body, and a major cause of this symptom is high phosphorus in patient’s body.

    High phosphorus can cause patients to have the hypertension of parathyroid gland, which can cause calcium to accumulate in skin, and the secretion of histamine by mast cells. These factors can cause patients to have itching skin.

    3. Bone pain:

    For patients who are in the late stage of kidney disease, they can have many obvious symptoms in their bone, like bone pain, bone fracture, etc.

    These symptoms are mainly caused by the electrolyte imbalance of phosphorus and calcium, and that has close relationship with the hypertension of parathyroid gland.

    4. Nausea and vomiting:

    Patients may know they should be careful in their potassium intake, because the imbalance of potassium in their body can also cause many health problems, among which nausea and vomiting are very common, and these symptoms are more likely to be caused by hypokalemia.

    5. Muscle cramp:

    Hypocalcemia is a common condition in patients with kidney disease, and it can cause patients to have muscle cramp.

    These above are some common symptoms caused by electrolyte imbalance, and patients may also have other problems due to electrolyte imbalance, because the balances of our body’s internal circumstance are connected with each other.

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