Why can Polycystic Kidney Disease Cause Hypertension
Hypertension is one of the most common symptoms of Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD). Then why can Polycystic Kidney Disease cause hypertension? The main mechanism is that: with the continuous enlargement of the cysts, they will compress the normal renal tissues and renal blood vessels, which will lead to the insufficiency of blood supply of the renal blood vessels. The blood supply insufficiency will generate signal to the renal receptor, then this will stimulate the kidney to secrete more rennin. The increase of rennin will lead to the increase of angiotensin density and further cause the contraction of blood vessels. Then the hypertension appears.
However, hypertension is not just a symptom of Polycystic Kidney Disease, hypertension may aggravate the condition of this disease and form the vicious circle between hypertension and this disease.
When patients with Polycystic Kidney Disease have the symptom of hypertension, they usually adopt hypotensor for the treatment. Although hypotensor may relieve the symptom of patients and delay the aggravation of the disease, it can just solve the temporary problems. Just as mentioned above, the fundamental cause of hypertension is the enlargement of cysts. To treat the symptom of hypertension and the disease of Polycystic Kidney Disease, we must proceed from the enlargement of the cysts.
Only by reducing the pressure of cysts to kidney, reducing the compression of cysts to renal tissues and blocking the renal fibrosis can we treat hypertension fundamentally.
Micro-Chinese Medicine can penetrate the active substance into kidney lesion directly by external application. By this therapy, patients can relieve the ischemia and anemia condition of the renal tissues, improve the permeability of glomerulus filtration membrane, control the leaking of protein, improve the disorder of the renal blood vessels and enhance the filtration of glomerulus. By this, we can achieve the goal of treating hypertension fundamentally. At the same time, we can repair the damaged renal function.
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