Vomiting is the symptom of several other diseases that may be fatal for people's health. It refers to the forceful puking of the content of stomach through one's mouth. In most cases, Renal Failure patients will suffer from vomit. This is always considered as stomach problems, delaying treatment. Then, why do you present vomit with Kidney Failure?
In the early stages of chronic kidney disease (CKD), symptoms may not be
present and these problems become obvious when the kidney function has reduced
to 20 percent or less. Any system in the body can be affected. As the condition
worsens, the symptoms like vomiting will occur due to electrolyte disorder.
The kidneys perform many essential functions, such as excreting waste,
conserving electrolytes, controlling blood pressure and stimulating the
production of red blood cells.
If Renal Failure occurs, patients will experience progressive loss of kidney
function due to damage of more and more renal intrinsic cells. So they fail to
function as normal, and harmful substances will collect within the body, causing
damage to many organs.
With decreased kidney function, urea nitrogen in the blood will break down
into ammonia, which stimulate the intestines and stomach to result in vomiting.
For patients who feel vomit, they may have elevated BUN levels.
Since the primary cause of vomit in Renal Failure is due to damages of
intrinsic cells in the kidneys, which can lead to progressively declined kidney
function, causing concentration of toxins. Therefore, in order to get rid of the
problem, patients must adopt effective treatment promptly.
While taking some western medicines to eliminate the toxins within short
time, patients with Renal Failure need to repair the damaged renal cells and
improve the kidney function. Once the renal function gets restored, various
symptoms and complications will disappear naturally.