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Why Does Elevated Urea Cause Nausea

Why Does Elevated Urea Cause NauseaPatient with kidney disease can have many symptoms, among which a common symptom is nausea. In fact, nauseas can be caused by several reasons, and one of them is elevated urea in patient’s blood.

Why does elevated urea can cause nausea?

Urea is a metabolic waste of protein. For patients with kidney disease, when their kidneys are damaged severely by their disease, urea will accumulate in patient’s blood, which can cause patient to have high urea level.

On the other hand, when patient have high urea in his blood, that will stimulate the bacteria in patient’s gastrointestinal tract, and make them excrete urease, which will decompose urea, and then ammonia will be produced. While ammonia has strong irritation to digestive system, so it can cause nausea.

How can nausea in patient with kidney disease be treated?

When patient’s nausea is caused by the elevated level of urea in his body, to solve this problem, patient will need to remove it. In fact, when the urea level in patient’s body is high, patient is usual in the late stage of kidney disease, so if necessary, patient may need dialysis to remove it, and that is a effective measure to achieve that.

On the other hand, if patient’s condition has not progress into that stage, dialysis will not be a good choice for him, so patient should take other measures at this point.

Firstly, patient should reduce his protein intake in his diet, because that can reduce the accumulation of urea in patient’s blood obviously. While the most effective way is to improve patient’s kidney function, because increased GFR can make more wastes be filtered by patient’s kidney, and regulating patient’s kidney function by using Chinese medicine is a good choice to reach that goal.

In the end, if you have any other trouble in dealing with kidney disease, you can contact our online experts, and we are glad to help you.

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