A kidney cyst or renal cyst is a sac-fluid collection in the kidneys. And there are two types of renal cyst--simple kidney cyst and complex kidney cyst. And simple renal cyst is the most common type of kidney cyst. It does not cause any symptoms until a cyst enlarges to a certain size. Well then, what signs or symptoms may indicate the growth of kidney cyst? You will benefit a lot from the following contents.
The size of kidney cyst may increase with time and cause a host of symptoms. The symptoms of the growth of kidney cyst include:
--Bank pain, flank pain, side pain, and stomach pain
--Fever or chill
--Hematuria (blood in urine)
--UTI (urinary tract infection)
The occurrence of symptoms is due to enlarged renal cyst which can oppress kidney tissues and other organs. Impaired kidneys cannot discharge waste products and toxins from the body. As a result, a high accumulation of waste products in the body will affect kidney cyst. If you are diagnosed with kidney cyst, you should pay attention to dietary details and physical condition. Because unproper diets, kinds of infections and toxins all can lead to increase the size of kidney cyst.
Unproper diets for patients with renal cyst include chilies, alcohol, seafoods and so on. These foods have a large amount of irritative ingredients which can stimulate renal cyst, thus they may become enlarge, even more, they will rupture once they enlarge to a certain size.
Infections can lead to the growth of kidney cyst. Colds, urinary tract infection, skin infection, gastrointestinal infection and trauma can change the internal environment of kidney and increase size of renal cyst.
In order to inhibit these symptoms, you should have a timely and effective treatment. Compared with surgeries, Chinese medicine therapies which are created by our hospital are more safe, effective and convenient, including Medicated Bath, Hot Compress Therapy and Foot Bath.They are available for shrinking renal cyst and enhancing kidney function.
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