Someone complain that they urine less than before during fasting month of Ramadan. Will fasting in Ramadan reduce urine output?
Effects of fasting of Ramadan on Chronic Kidney Disease patients
Recently, many patients online ask me whether they can have fasting in month of Ramadan. It depends. In fact, the effect of fasting on Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) patients is still controversial.
During Ramadan, fasting one is not supposed to drink anything. This increase the risk of dehydration and that may be the cause of urine output production.
However, reduction of urine output may be caused by other condition, and you should take a blood test or renal function test. Then, you can send your test report to us at email@example.com or leave a message below.
How to maintain a kidney-friendly diet during fasting?
You should decide to keep fasting or not based on your own illness condition. If your body is weak and not allowed to fast, you’d better listen to the doctor.
As for kidney disease patients, a good diet include low-sodium, low protein and sometimes restricted potassium and phosphorous intake. Some fresh vegetables and fruits such as cucumber, cabbage, lettuce, cauliflower, cranberry, apple, strawberry and pomegranate are good choices. In addition, foods in high-quality protein like fish, lean meat, egg white can meet the calories need and produce few wastes.
How to treat kidney disease naturally?
Only diet control is not enough to deal with kidney problems. In order to treat kidney disease from the root, I recommend you to take traditional Chinese herbs. The main effect of our herbal medicines is to purify the blood and repair damaged renal tissues, thus improving renal function. As long as kidney function is enhanced, all symptoms can be completely relieved.
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