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Chronic Kidney Disease Can Make Your Skin Get Darker

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) can cause a series of complications and skin problem is the common one. Patients with CKD often have darker skin. What is the cause and treatment? Read through the article and you will find the answer.

Chronic Kidney Disease Can Make Your Skin Get Darker

What is the cause of darker skin in kidney disease?

Skin darker is related to one pigment, called urochrome. Normally healthy kidneys can exccrete this pigment. However, when kidneys are damaged, a large part of kidney function has been lost, so kidneys fail to remove urochrome away successfully. This will cause urochrome depositing in the skin. Besides, some toxins and wastes also build up in your body. This can also cause darker skin. All in all, decreased kidney function and damaged kidney tissues is the root cause of darker skin in kidney disease patients.

Apart from darker skin, patients can also suffer from itchy skin, dry skin and colorless skin.

What is the treatment for darker skin in kidney disease?

Dialysis may first come up to your mind. It is the most common treatment to discharge wastes and excess fluid out of your body. However, many patients after dialysis still suffer from darker skin. That is to say, dialysis can not filter out urochrome and wastes effectively. From this point, other treatments are required. You can try the following treatments:

1. Plasma Exchange

This blood purification method can discharge moderate and large molecular wastes out of your body, so it can alleviate skin problems effectively.

2. Blood Pollution Therapy

Blood Pollution Therapy treats blood first before treating kidney disease. It combines various Blood Purification methods such as Plasma Exchange, Hemofiltration, Hemoperfusion and Immune Absorption, etc to cleanse your blood. In this way, not only small molecular wastes but also middle and large molecular substances can all be flushed out of your body. As a result, skin problems can be relieved from the root.

3. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy

When your blood is purified, then you need to take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to repair your injured kidneys and improve renal function. During this therapy, some medicines with strong activity can combine, split and discharge wastes and toxins from the body. The most important function is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy cam repair damaged kidney cells and rebuild kidney structure. As a result, kidney function can be improved successfully. You can avoid dialysis or kidney transplant. This is a new hope for kidney disease patients.

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