Even though Renal Parenchymal Disease and Cystitis are two different kinds that attacks kidneys and bladder. However, both of the two organs belong to urinary tract, they have some common symptoms. What does gross cystitis mean in Renal Parenchymal Disease?
Get facts on gross cystitis
Cystitis is a fairly common lower urinary tract infection, which affects people of both sexes and all ages. It is more common among females than males. “Gross” means serious.
It is usually caused by bacteria invasion of blockage of part of urinary tract.
Without timely treatment, gross cystitis may affect the kidneys when infection travels up to the renal.
What is Renal Parenchymal Disease?
Renal parenchyma refers to the functional parts of the human kidney where filtration and urine formation occur. When this part is damaged by some factors such as autoimmune disorders, medical conditions, or obstructions, high blood pressure, diabetes, or bacterial infections, Renal Parenchymal Disease occurs.
If left untreated, this renal function impairment can develop Kidney Failure, which requires dialysis or kidney transplant.
How to manage gross cystitis with Renal Parenchymal Disease?
Infections are controlled with antibiotics to relieve some symptoms. However, you’d better consult your doctor since many medicines are nephrotoxic.
At the same time, treatment for Renal Parenchymal Disease should also be taken by your doctor. Simple medicines for treating symptoms are not enough, but you need natural methods to repair the damaged renal tissues. You may as well try Micro-Chinese Medicines Osmotherapy. It is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and is used externally. The effective ingredients can expand blood vessels, fight against inflammation and degrade extracelluar matrixes. Therefore, it is good for improving blood circulation and repair damaged renal tissues, thus enhancing kidney function. As long as your kidneys can work well, all symptoms can be completely damaged.
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