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    Why Some People's Noses Bleed After Undergoing Hemodialysis

    2015-08-24 09:53| Font Size A A A

    Why Some People's Noses Bleed After Undergoing HemodialysisHemodialysis is the treatment which can help discharge extra wastes and toxins from the body and it can help prolong patients’ life to some extent. However, many patients still suffer new health problems after dialysis. Here we will talk about the topic: why some people’s noses bleed after undergoing hemodialysis?

    We consult kidney expert from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Treatment Center, he points out that there are several causes can lead to the nose bleeding. If you have any questions or want to get the better treatment, you can email to us at or leave a message below directly and we will do our best to help you.

    1. Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)

    It is well known that our kidneys can help regulate blood pressure effectively. However, dialysis just can replace some parts of renal function and cannot work normally as the healthy kidneys. Patients are prone to suffer from high blood pressure which can impair nasal mucosa, and give rise to nose bleeding.

    2. Some medications

    Some medicines applied during dialysis may cause nosebleed, for example, heparin which is used to prevent thrombus, also has the effect of anticoagulant. In addition, immunosuppressants and glucocorticoids also can induce the condition.

    3. Shortness of certain nutrients

    Some necessary nutrients may lose during the dialysis, like vitamin C and vitamin K. If there is not enough vitamin C, patients may at the risk of septicemia. Shortage of vitamin K may cause coagulation disorders. Bloody nose can occur in the two conditions.

    4. Allergy

    Allergic to dialyzer or dialyzate often occurs in the first few times of dialysis. It can lead to bleeding nose.

    5. Infection

    Long-term hemodialysis will damage patients’ immune system. And their immunity will become more and more lower. In the condition, bacteria invades into patients’ body easily and cause infection. Nose bleeding can be a symptom of an infection.

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