What kind of symptoms do Kidney Cyst patients have? At present, Kidney Cyst is a common disease. Patients with this kind of disease may have many symptoms. We will show them by the following aspects.
Some patients with Kidney Cyst may have the following symptoms caused by the
increased intracapsular pressure and infection and so on.
The cause of this symptom may be the kidney enlargement and expansion which
can increase the tension of renal capsule. Then the tension will damage renal
pedicle and the surrounding tissues and organs. In addition, the proliferation
of cysts will make the kidney contain much more water and then the heavy kidney
can also cause backache. At this time, patients may feel dull pain. However, if
the kidney gets capsule hemorrhage or secondary infection, the pain will be
intense suddenly. For example, the urinary tract can be blocked with the
combining stones or blood clots when bleeding. With this circumstance, patients
may have Renal Colic.
2. Hematuria: microscopic hematuria or gross hematuria. The disease will
occur cyclically. Strenuous exercise, wound and infection will cause or
aggravate the disease. There are many artery vessels under the cyst wall. The
increased pressure or infection will lead to the rupture of blood vessels. This
is also one of the symptoms of Kidney Cyst.
3. Abdominal mass.
Sometimes, this symptom is the main reason for Kidney Cyst patients seeing a
doctor. 60% to 80% of patients can touch the enlarged kidneys. Generally
speaking, the bigger the kidney is, the worse the kidney function is.
The cysts press the kidney and then lead to kidney ischemia condition. Thus,
the secretion of rennin will increase and cause Hypertension. In the normal
kidney function condition, more than 50% of patients have had Hypertension. And
the occurrence rate of this symptom is higher when kidney function declines.
In general, the quality of proteinuria is not too much. There is no more than
2g of proteinuria every day. However, patients should pay attention to this
6. The decline of renal function.
Because the cysts press kidney, the normal kidney tissues and kidney function
will both decline.
There are some reliable methods to check up whether the symptoms belong to
Kidney Cyst’s, such as X-ray Venogram, kidney B-type ultrasound, radionuclide
scanning and CT test, etc. So once patients are diagnosed to the Kidney Cyst,
they should take a timely and correctly treatment.