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what causes kidney Disease in Children?

A: A wide range of factors from genetics to poison can cause kidney disease in children. The causes and resulting treatments vary depending on whether the patient is experiencing acute or chronic kidney disease or kidney failure. Long-term kidney disease can develop from unresolved acute kidney problems, however, so something that causes a short-term problem can eventually lead to chronic kidney disease. Bacterial infections are a leading cause of acute kidney disease in children, while genetics often play a role in chronic kidney diseases. Other...


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what causes kidney Disease in Diabetics?

A: The immediate cause of kidney disease in diabetics is high blood sugar, which damages structures inside the kidneys and forces them to work harder. This leads to a decline in kidney function. Diabetes also tends to increase the risk of high blood pressure, and this can contribute to the development of kidney disease or can make it worse. Problems with the kidneys in diabetic patients are known as diabetic nephropathy or diabetic kidney disease (DKD).. In patients with diabetes, the ability to regulate blood sugar is impaired. Patients can maintain stable levels with the use of dietary measures, exercise, and medications. If they fail to do...


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why would your kidneys leak protien and what causes this problem and do this mean that your kidneys/

A: The condition which causes kidneys to lose proteins is termed as nephropathy which can occur as a result ofnephrotic syndrome, glomerulonephritis and reflux nephropathy.Yes it means that kidneys are not functioning normally and if the damage continues kidneys may fail.The loss of proteins from the kidneys is detected in urine.The treatment depends upon the treating the underlying cause of nephropathy and if the kidneys fail dialysisis the treatment of choice....
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Metformin - please can metphormin cause kidney problem?

A: 16 Jun 2011 No, Metformin does not cause kidney problems - but should be used cautiously in patients who have kidney impairment. Votes:+0CommentVote upReportSearch for questionsStill looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question. Search:Similar questionsGlyburide/Metformin - Just had medicaton changed form glyberide/metformin to straight metformin.?... Blood sugar is high-how long until new metformin works? 1 answer • 27 Jan 2010 • 1 star Stopping metformin cold turkey, is it safe?been on metformin for 3 months strictly adhered and to glucose levels @ 5+ every morning except this past week under stress and depression it jumped ... 2

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Can WLS cause kidney problems?

A: Hi Daniel. I am still pre-op (August 7th!) but as far as I know ANYONElosing weight quickly is at risk for kidney stones. My mom was on theAtkins diet and had lost about 50 pounds rather quickly, when she suddenlydeveloped kidney stones. She wasn''t drinking her water like she was supposeto, and I am assuming that the water shortage in her body helped themdevelop. Once again, I obviously am not a doctor, but I have heard thatlosing weight, and not drinking enough water puts you at risk. Good luck!:o) WLS itself doesn''t "cause" kidney problems. Dehydration does! If your pee is a dark color, you''re not drinking enough. It should bealmost clear if you''re getting in your 64+ oz. of water. About 3...


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Does hypothyroiism cause kidney problems?

A: Dear Ashley,   The higher the number over the "within normal range" the less the thyroid is functioning and this is why you have hypothyroidism...  Yes, you will be on the medication for the rest of your life.....    Hypothyroidism can cause problems with all body organs since the thyroid, and pituitary glands regulate the body"s metabolism....  I do not know what type of doctor you saw this time, but if I were you, I would start taking the medication and would set up an appointment for 1 month to go back to this doctor and have your thyroid blood work checked again inorder to monitor this medication....  I would then also sit down with HIM/HER and not a nurse and ask the doctor questions..  I would also research all...
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Could any of these medicines cause kidney problems?

A: Certain interactions have been reported with the meds that you take, you could read more details on: http://www.drugs.com/interactions-check.php?drug_list=1257-0,1956-0,1383-817,172-78, since most of the meds are related to hypertension, for kidney problems would recommend you to seek advice from the doc/pharmacist who prescribed the meds. Take care, be well & safe....


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what causes kidney Lesions And How Are They Treated?

A: Bad renal infections or post operative scar tissue result in lesions.  Most will scar over and it really only becomes a problem if there are enough lesions to hamper the effectiveness of the kidney function....


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For dialysis lenient what supplements, etc, can minister to add to kidney function. A stroke cause kidney problems.

A: Vitamin D contained by Normal dosages. Drink a lot of hose and teas. And speccially Fish oil - Omega 3. do not do anything until confer near dr/each person is different/I am a nurse who looks after patients who are on hemodialysis. I wouldn''t insist on on taking supplements unless this is agreed upon by your nephrologist. Each patient hold his or her own medical treament and medical condition. Being on coumadin/warfarin may have a drug interaction to the supplements you are planning to transport. You need to ask your nephrologist nearly this. As a renal nurse, I always reiterate respectively time i see the patient to hug to the set fluid restriction they have. Stay in the set dry weight as economically. Avoid being overloaded by drinking too much surrounded by between dialysis sessions....


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what causes kidney stones and what can be used to treat them?

A: Excess activity of the parathyroid gland promotes formation of kidney stones. Other causes may be Paget's disease, bone cancers and metabolic disturbance through increased activity of the thyroid gland. Dairy calcium is known to predispose one to kidney stone. Magnesium has been credited with resolving the problem. Cherokee Indians used Hydrangea root for this condition. Other herbs shown to be helpful are Cornsilk (to increase urine production) Marshmallow (a soothing demulcent) and Horsetail Grass (for bleeding). Gravel Root tea can sometimes help the stone to pass. '' Ref: Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine, by Dr. Thomas Bartram...
 
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