What are the Causes of Hematuria in PKD and How to Treat It2016-11-27 16:48
PKD patients may experience hematuria or blood urine due to different factors, so for different patient they should take different measures to control their disease.
What are the causes of hematuria in PKD?
1. Rupture of kidney cyst: Kidney cyst ruptures easily when it enlarges to a certain size and it may rupture due to mild knock on kidney location. Blood urine caused by rupture of kidney cyst disappears naturally within one week.
2. Kidney stone: Kidney stone is one of the common complications of PKD. When an individual with PKD is affected by kidney stone, he runs a high risk for hematuria, as stone may stock in kidney and cause kidney damages.
How to treat hematuria in PKD?
In cases of PKD, treatment for hematuria depends on its causes. Generally speaking, blood urine or hematuria caused by rupture of kidney cyst in outer part of kidney disappears within one week. Under such a condition, shrinking kidney cyst is the key point to prevent the further rupture of kidney cyst. However, if hematuria occurs due to the burst of large cyst inside of the kidney, patients need to be alert about peritonitis which occurs easily when cystic fluid flow into enterocoelia. Besides, once peritonitis is caused, surgery is urgently needed to deal with this condition.
For hematuria caused by kidney stone, the best method is to deal with stone in kidney. Only when kidney stone is passed or treated effectively, can hematuria be relieved or prevented from the root. As for the treatment for kidney stone, Chinese medicine is highly recommended.
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