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How to Alleviate Hiccup for Peritoneal Dialysis

How to Alleviate Hiccup for Peritoneal Dialysis Hiccup is one common phenomenon for healthy people, so peritoneal dialysis patients don’t need to worry unless they have too frequent hiccups. For patients with frequent hiccups, we give out several methods to alleviate them.

The managements should depend on the causes

If you have this annoying system, you should figure out whether it is due to peritoneal dialysis or not. When hiccup just happens occasionally after eating too much, drinking alcohol or inhaling cold air, this is one normal phenomenon and you don’t need to do anything.

However, peritoneal dialysis may be the trigger of hiccups. This is because peritoneal dialysis can only a part of kidneys’ works. Most often, infections and electrolyte imbalance due to peritoneal dialysis are also common causes for hiccups.

How to alleviate hiccup for peritoneal dialysis patients?

If hiccup is normal phenomenon, some home remedies can help stop it completely. For example, taking deep breath for several times is helpful. (To know more home remedies, you can consult the doctor online.)

If this symptom is due to peritoneal dialysis itself, some treatments are needed to reduce the times or even stop peritoneal dialysis if possible. For patients who still have urine, they have more chance to achieve this goal. The following are two treatment options that have this effect.

1. Clear Blood Pollution Therapy: Compared with peritoneal dialysis, this therapy can help cleanse the blood more thoroughly, add essential nutritions to the blood and prompt the restoration of damaged kidney cells. Once impaired kidneys are repaired successfully, peritoneal dialysis can be stopped safely.

2. Stem Cell Therapy: In recent years, stem cell therapy is also used more and more maturely in kidney failure treatment. Use stem cells to differentiate into damaged kidney cells, so this therapy can rebuild kidney structure.

These two treatments both can alleviate peritoneal dialysis patients’ hiccup from the root. If you want to know more about them, you can leave us a message below. We are glad to help you for free.

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