What is the cure for chronic interstitial nephritis? Well, up to now, there is no cure for any chronic kidney disease, but they can be well treated. Well then, what is the best treatment for chronic interstitial nephritis?
Without doubt, treatment should be based on the causes of chronic interstitial nephritis. Thereby, you’d better learn about the causes of this kidney disease.
Chronic interstitial nephritis can be caused by:
-Allergic reaction to a drug
-Long term use of medications such as Tylenol, aspirin, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). This called analgesic nephropathy.
-Side effects of certain antibiotics
-Too little potassium in blood
-Calcium and/or urea acid accumulation in blood
According to the statement, adjusting some medicines that cause kidney damage may give you some relieves.
Firstly, you should limit sodium intake, which is to improve swelling and high blood pressure. Secondly, control the protein intake, since too much protein will produce more wastes like urea that burdening the kidneys. Thirdly, changes your potassium, phosphorous and calcium amount in diet, according to you blood test result.
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If dialysis is necessary, it usually is required for only a short time. However, if you take proper treatment, you have the chance of avoiding Kidney Failure and need no dialysis.
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