Can kidney disease cause chills? Yes. It is not rare to have this symptoms for those who are in advanced stage of kidney disease. You may be also wondering about that occurrence. Here, you can get the answer.
Possible causes of chills with kidney disease
Anemia is one of the common complication among kidney disease patients. This situation is due to loss of red blood cells. Our kidneys are responsible for secreting one certain hormone that is called “erythropoietin (EPO)”. It is very necessary for the generation of red blood cells. When the damaged kidneys cannot produce enough EPO, anemia occurs. As a result, not enough oxygen or blood can be transported by red blood cells, and then you feel chills frequently.
2. Kidney infection
Kidney infection belongs to Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) and can be caused by kidney cyst, kidney stone, hydronephrosis or blockage of the ureter. When kidney infection occurs, people are likely to get back pain, chills, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, fever, night sweats, etc.
The above two factors are the most commonly seen for chills in kidney disease patients. You’s better take a test to check your kidneys and the doctor will help you find the real cause so that you can be appropriately treated. Here, I would like to share with you a natural remedy for chills caused by kidney disease.
Treatment: Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy
Unlike medicines that your doctor may prescribe to you, this therapy is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and is used externally. It cannot only help you relieve various symptoms caused by kidney disease but also can improve your kidney function. It works by improving blood circulation and repair renal intrinsic cells. It may take a longer time to see the effects, while it is better than over-the-counter drugs in the long run.
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