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CKD Stage4~5: Natural Remedy for Itching Skin After Dialysis

Some people feel itchy skin all the time or just after Dialysis which is an alternative treatment for patients with CKD stage4~5. Read on and find the natural remedy for itching skin after dialysis.

What causes itching skin after dialysis?

Itching can get worsen during or shortly after the dialysis, because dialysis may fail to eliminate wastes completely from human body. There are some causes which can contribute to the itching skin after or during dialysis.

- Kidney Damage: Damaged kidneys fail to balance the electrolytes in human body, which triggers various disorders of calcium, phosphorus and potassium, causing skin problem.

- Allergy: If you notice itching skin happens at the very beginning of dialysis, you may have an allergy to the blood tubing, dialyzer , the type of heparin being used or other elements associated with the treatment.

- high phosphorus level: dialysis helps remove some small sized waste products from the blood. However, it fails to filter out the all excessive phosphate. The high phosphorus level will cause itching skin.

Natural remedy fro itching skin after dialysis?

Repairing Kidney Damage

Failed kidneys are the root cause which contributes to the itchy skin. Chinese Herbal Medicine and Micro-Chinese Medicine are natural remedy which helps repair the damaged kidney tissues and improve kidney function. As long as the kidneys can function better, the skin problem will be alleviated relatively.

Low-phosphorus Diet.

In addition to controlling how much phosphorus is in your renal diet, remember to take phosphorus binders with every meal and snacks to help prevent or stop itching. Try to maintain a phosphorus level at 5.5 or less.

Allergy Management

Let your doctor or nurse know the allergy condition, so changes can be made. This the direct way to alleviate the skin itching caused by allergy during dialysis.

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