Inability to fully empty the bladder completely refers to a condition which has a medical term “urinary retention”. It is not rare in Renal Failure, also called End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD).
How does Renal Failure cause urinary retention?
Renal Failure is characterized by GFR (glomerular filtration rate) less than 15ml/min. Under this condition, the kidneys fail to maintain water balance, regular blood pressure, and filter wastes, etc.
The nephrons where urine forms are glomeruli and renal tubules are damaged. As a result, excessive wastes and toxins cannot be filtered by glomeruli, leading to waster-sodium retention. This is the direct cause of inability of fully empty the bladder in Renal Failure patients.
There may be some other factors such as kidney stone, nerve damage, BPH (Benign Prostate Hyperplasia), constipation, bladder infection or side effects of medicines.
Consult your doctor to exclude other potential causes. Or you can email to firstname.lastname@example.org for suggestions.
How to manage your condition?
Treatment should be based on the real causes. Here, I would like to introduce you several natural treatments to increase urine output in Renal Failure patients.
● Traditional ways to treat urinary retention may include:
● Eat a low sodium diet
For Renal Failure patients, high sodium intake is strictly forbidden. Since the damaged kidneys have lost the function of keeping electrolyte balance, eating too much sodium will burden the kidneys leading to more accumulation of fluid. You are recommended to sodium less than 5g each day, and less preferably.
This therapy is made to improve kidney function so that the kidneys can excrete excessive fluid adequately. This therapy is an external application innovated from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The effective ingredients of the medicines have the function of improve blood circulation and repairing damaged kidneys. Therefore, it can help you treat this disease from the root.
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