Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) develops within many years. Due to the long term damage on kidneys, many systems occur. Does kidney disease cause blisters on the leg?
Can kidney disease cause blisters on the leg?
There are indeed some kidney disease patients complain that they have blisters on the leg or feet. Why does that happen?
Healthy kidneys function adequately to remove excess fluid inside the body by producing urine. When they are damaged, they cannot remove fluid effectively, leading to water-retention in many parts of the body. That’s why patients see blisters on the legs.
Treatment for blisters on the leg
● Drink less water. Since the kidney fails to remove excessive fluid, drinking lots of water will aggravate your condition. Severe swelling may occur in many other parts.
● Eat less sodium
High sodium in the blood will increase the osmotic colloid osmotic pressure, causing fluid to flow into the space of tissues. Thereby, blisters on the legs occur. In the early stages of Chronic Kidney Disease are recommended not to take more sodium than 6g each day.
● Get enough rest
In some cases, tiredness and overwork will make people weak and be easy to be attacked by bacteria. Infection will make you illness condition worse.
This therapy uses Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that can draw the toxins in the body out. By smearing the ointment on different acupoints on the body, the medicines can drawing the toxins out through skin.
It is the main therapy used in our hospital, Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, and has achieved great success in treating various kidney diseases. Since it is beneficial for improving blood circulation and enhancing kidney function, it can treat kidney disease and relieve symptoms from the root.
The above suggestions for blisters on the leg are for general patients. As for you won case, you’d better email to firstname.lastname@example.org for details.