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Why Cramp And Vomiting appear In Kidney Failure

Why Cramp And Vomiting appear In Kidney FailureFor patients with kidney failure, many symptoms may appear in their body, and it is very common for patients to have cramp and vomiting.

These problems can disturb patient’s life obviously, and patient may want to know whether are these symptoms normal, and if will they disappear gradually?

Why patient with kidney failure has cramp and vomiting?

Cramp refers to muscle cramp, which is mainly caused by the shortage of calcium in blood, and several factors can contribute the occurrence of muscle cramp. For example, if patient vitamin D can promote our body’s absorption to calcium, while patient with kidney failure needs to have diet restriction, which can lead to the shortage of calcium intake, and the metabolic disorder of vitamin D in patient’s body is also a reason of the shortage of calcium. Besides, kidney damage can cause patient to have the metabolic disorder of electrolytes like calcium and phosphorus, which often causes patient to have hypocalcemia.

Like cramp, vomiting can also be caused by many reasons. The accumulation of metabolic wastes in patient’s body is a major cause of vomiting, especially the accumulation of urea, which can stimulate patient’s gastrointestinal tract, and cause patient to have disorder in his digestive system. Besides, when patient has edema in his gastrointestinal tract, that can also cause problems in there, which can also cause patient to have vomiting.

Is it normal for patient to have cramp and vomiting?

Thereby, these problems can be caused by the complications of kidney failure, and they can also be caused by the decrease of kidney function directly. So, they will not disappear gradually unless the health problems can be solved.

As a matter of fact, if the complications can not be solved, or if patient’s kidney function cannot be improved, these problems can be aggravated, and cause severer problems.

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