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Why Do Renal Parenchymal Disease Patients Have Hip Pain

Why Do Renal Parenchymal Disease Patients Have Hip PainRenal parenchymal disease can be caused by many disorders. As more kidney functioning tissues are damaged, more and more symptoms or complications may appear. Hip pain may be one sign of renal parenchymal disease. Do you know what causes hip pain for these patients?

As introduced by kidney doctors, several conditions can cause hip pain for patients with renal parenchymal disease.

One is simple kidney cyst or Polycystic Kidney Disease. As time goes on, kidney cysts either simple or PKD will expand gradually. If these kidney cysts grow to too big, they will oppress their surrounding kidney tissues and organs. Kidneys are near hip, so enlarged kidney cysts may induce hip pain.

The second one is kidney stone. Kidney stone can also cause damage to renal parenchyma. Small kidney stone can move through urinary tract and be removed out of the body. However, if it is big, it will cause urinary tract or kidney blockage. Then, hip pain appears easily.

The third one is urinary tract infections. When kidneys are damaged severely, they will fail to cleanse the blood and eliminate waste products and toxins successfully. Then, patients are at a high risk of infections including urinary tract infections. If urinary tract is involved in kidney disease, patients may have urinary tract infections which can cause hip pain.

The forth one is low kidney function. Renal parenchymal disease is usually accompanied by decline of kidney function. Kidney problem can cause discomfort in lower back and hip.

The last one is gout. When kidneys are unable to eliminate uric acid normally, excessive uric acid will build up in the blood, causing gout. When hip bone is damaged by gout, patients will have hip pain. Although this is not so common, some patients do have this problem.

Different causes need different treatments. Check with the online Doctor to find out the cause and treatment of your hip pain.

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