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Management for Cramping from Constipation in Peritoneal Dialysis

Management for Cramping from Constipation in Peritoneal Dialysis

Peritoneal dialysis is one of treatment options for Kidney Failure patients. However, this method can cause some side effects. Some patients complain about constipation and medicines like Miralax even doesnt work. What is the best managemen...Read More

Can PD Patients Take Miralax to Treat Constipation

Can PD Patients Take Miralax to Treat Constipation

Kidney Failure patients who are on peritoneal dialysis (PD) are likely to have some side effects. It is estimated that up to 80 percent of PD patients experience constipation. Can PD patients take miralax to treat constipation? Miralax for...Read More

Ways on How to Prevent Hypokalemia in Dialysis

Ways on How to Prevent Hypokalemia in Dialysis

Hypokalemia (low blood potassium) in dialysis is not rate and has its root causes. Here is a brief explanation about the cause, symptoms and treatment for hypokalemia in dialysis. Any questions, please email to kidney-symptoms@hotmail.com....Read More

Fluid Restriction in Peritoneal Dialysis

Fluid Restriction in Peritoneal Dialysis

We are always told to take 8 glasses of waster each day. However, this amount may be dangerous for Kidney Failure patients. Fluid restriction in peritoneal dialysis should be closely monitored. Fluid control for those on peritoneal dialysis...Read More

Can Peritoneal Dialysis Cause Diarrhea

Can Peritoneal Dialysis Cause Diarrhea

Can peritoneal dialysis cause diarrhea? Yes, always. Actually, diarrhea is a very commonly seen complication for people in dialysis, especially peritoneal dialysis (PD). Do you know why? Read on and you can find the answer. Causes - Intesti...Read More

Common Complications of Peritoneal Dialysis

Common Complications of Peritoneal Dialysis

For people with Kidney Failure or End Stage Renal Disease, they are always recommended to take dialysis, hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis. However, either of the two procedure is completely free of risk. If you decide to do or are receiv...Read More

How to Relieve Shoulder Pain While on Peritoneal Dialysis

How to Relieve Shoulder Pain While on Peritoneal Dialysis

Some of the patients during or after peritoneal dialysis suffer from shoulder pain. Whether is it a complication of peritoneal dialysis or caused by other reasons? Are there any effective ways to relieve shoulder pain? Why does shoulder pai...Read More

How to Ease Stomach Pain for Peritoneal Dialysis Patients

How to Ease Stomach Pain for Peritoneal Dialysis Patients

Peritoneal dialysis does reduce dialysis side effects and complications, but some patients still experience some problems. Stomach pain, or abdominal pain, isn’t so common but appears in some patients on peritoneal dialysis....Read More

Why Do Peritoneal Dialysis Patients Have Shoulder Pain

Why Do Peritoneal Dialysis Patients Have Shoulder Pain

Peritoneal dialysis is used popularly to maintain kidney failure patients life worldwide, which uses patients own peritoneum as dialysis membrane. Then, pain in a variety of regions may appear. Among them, shoulder pain is common....Read More

What Happens if You Skip One Day on Peritoneal Dialysis

What Happens if You Skip One Day on Peritoneal Dialysis

Different from hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis is often taken every day for filtering out extra fluid, potassium and some other wastes. However, because of being out or some emergency items, patients may have to skip peritoneal dialysis....Read More

Peritoneal Dialysis for Treating Renal Disease

Peritoneal Dialysis for Treating Renal Disease

Many people are interested in peritoneal dialysis for treating renal disease. Today, I would like to give you a general overview about this therapy. Please read on to learn more. A brief introduction of peritoneal dialysis Patients with per...Read More

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