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Why Muscle Cramp Appears in Patients with FSGS

Why Muscle Cramp Appears in Patients with FSGSFor patients with FSGS, many symptoms can appear in their body, because kidney is so important to our body health and many health problems can appear when patients’ kidney function is damaged. In fact, many FSGS will find they have muscle cramp, which makes them feel nervous all the time.

Why patients with FSGS have muscle cramp?

A major cause of muscle cramp is the deficiency of potassium in blood, and muscle cramp caused by the differency of potassium often appears in the night, which often cause patients to have trouble in their sleeping.

Another common cause of muscle cramp is hypocalcemia, which can cause the irritability of muscles to increase, and this condition is more likely to appear in the late stage of kidney disease. There are many factors can lead to this condition, such as the shortage of vitamin D due to diet restriction, the metabolic disorder of vitamin D and hyperphosphatemia.

How to relieve this problem?

To relieve muscle cramp, it is necessary to find its real cause. If muscle cramp is caused by the deficiency of potassium, then it is necessary for patients to increase their potassium intake appropriately.

If muscle cramp is caused by hypocalcemia, then patients will need to regulate the calcium level in their body. If calcium shortage is caused by the shortage of vitamin D, then it is necessary for patients to supply themselves foods with high vitamin D. And if hypocalcemia is caused by hyperphosphatemia, then patients will need to reduce the intake of phosphorus in their diet, and if necessary, patients will need to take phosphate binder.

As we know, kidney disease is very dangerous, and patients should do what they can to improve their condition. If you have any trouble in dealing with your condition, you can contact our online experts, and we will do what we can to help you.

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