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Blisters on feet here refers to swelling if you have kidney disease. It is not difficult to explain why that happens. How does kidney disease cause foot blisters? As mentioned above, blisters is a small part of swelling, which is a fluid re

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Blisters on Feet and Kidney Disease

2014-08-05 02:02

Blisters on Feet and Kidney DiseaseBlisters on feet here refers to swelling if you have kidney disease. It is not difficult to explain why that happens.

How does kidney disease cause foot blisters?

As mentioned above, blisters is a small part of swelling, which is a fluid retention in the skin area. Our kidneys are the adjuster of water balance of the body, so when they are damaged, they cannot discharge excessive water out of the body. Then the water accumulates and thus cause swelling (edema). In general, swelling occurs in the eyelids, legs, feet, hands, and ankles.

Other possible causes of feet blister

1. Diabetes: Diabetics may have some problems such as nerve damage, blood clots, and infections, which can cause serious foot problems. Sometimes nerve damage can deform or misshape your feet, causing pressure points that can turn into blisters, sores, or ulcers. Poor circulation can make these injuries slow to heal. Sometimes this can lead to amputation of a toe, foot, or leg.

2. Medication side effects: Many drugs can causes swelling in the feet as a possible side effect. They include: Hormones such as estrogen and testosterone, calcium channel blockers (a type of blood pressure medicine), steroids, antidepressants, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and diabetes medicines.

If you suspect the blisters on the feet are related to drugs you are taking, speak to your doctor. He or she may let your change the medicines or its dosage.

However, the kidney disease is the culprit, taking measures to treat it is the solution of foot blisters, and even other problems.

How to treat kidney disease effectively?

Medicines? Surgery? Dialysis? No. All these methods are not natural and cannot solve the underlying problem, namely, improving kidney function. Here, I would like to recommend you Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This therapy is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), but is different from the traditional usage. In general, Chinese medicines are taken orally and take a long time to work. However, in Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, the medicines are micronized into extremely tiny particles, which are more easily absorbed by the kidneys. What’s more, they are not taken orally but they can permeate into lesions directly with some special osmotic devices. By this way, it take effects quickly with few side effects.

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