How to take fluid properly?
The specific recommended fluid intake should be based on the urine output. Your doctor will help to to calculate it. The usual recommendation is for daily intake of daily urinary output plus 500 ml (for insensible losses).
Patients should avoid binge drinking and be vigilant in replacing extra fluid losses in hot weather and during episodes of diarrhea or vomiting. In addition, foods high in potassium such as bananas, citrus, prunes, artichoke, mushrooms and zucchinis, etc, should also be eaten less.
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Symptoms of water retention
If you have the following symptoms, you must reduce your fluid intake immediately.
Sudden weight gain, shortness of breath, puffy eyes, face, hands, feet or ankles (swelling), high blood pressure, etc are all signs of fluid retention. These symptoms indicate a decline in kidney function and decreased urine output.
Treatment for CKD Stage 3
Diet restriction can just help patients relieve some symptom and prevent further damage on kidneys, but it cannot solve the underlying problem.
Chronic Kidney Disease develops within years, so it is always to treat it. CKD Stage 3 is characterized by moderate kidney damage and is irreversible. To deal with condition and prevent Kidney Failure, you should take treatment that can repair the damaged renal tissues, so as to enhance the remaining kidney function.
You may as well try our natural therapies, which are all based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The herbs we choose can expand blood vessels, reduce inflammation and degrade extracellular matrixes. Therefore, the blood circulation can be improved and kidneys can get clear blood and enough oxygen to repair the damaged tissues.