Kidney Transplantation

Kidney Transplantation

March is the National Month for Kidney Health, and so because of that our articles this month are pretty much based on these two vital organs. Today we will go over why kidney transplantation was one of the best innovations ever in the healthcare system and we will go over the advantages kidney transplantation provides that other treatments can’t.

First of all, kidney diseases have a lot of shapes and degrees and kidney transplantation is only to be thought off when there is total renal failure. On the other hand, there are many people who do dialysis instead. Dialysis is a procedure that can solve some problems, where kidney transplantation can solve all.

When kidney failure occurs, there are all sorts of fluids and bad components gathering up on your blood, because your kidneys are the body’s filters and they stopped working. To fight this, dialysis can act as a substitute to the filter, and it will take care of almost all of the problems, but not all. Kidney transplantation on the other hand will take care of every single problem, so it’s better than dialysis. There are some cons too however. Read More…


March is National Kidney Month

March is National Kidney Month

March is National Kidney Month and we are therefore dedicating our content to those little organs you forget you have – unless they give you trouble, in that case you are probably pretty much aware of them as kidney diseases, problems and failure are tremendously unpleasant and life-threatening conditions.

Our body is like a machine, and everything is closely related. The kidneys are natural filters and are therefore vital for the proper functioning of your organism. Throughout this article we will discuss some things you should have in mind about your kidney’s health in this National Kidney Month.

  • Blood and Urine: Should be checked often for kidney problems. Kidney problems aren’t very hard to identify if you do routine battery checks yearly – as it is recommended.
  • Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases: These are two main poles that can be connected with the health of your kidneys. Cardiovascular diseases and Diabetes are known to interfere with your kidneys health, so you should perform exams more frequently if you suffer from these afflictions.
  • Genetics: If your ancestors or family have a history of kidney diseases, then you probably should be alert to your own kidney health, as genetics is an element to take into account in this organ’s health. Read More…

Kidney Pain

Kidney Pain

Kidney Pain can be very debilitating, and sometimes you don’t even know the lower back pain you’re having is caused by kidney problems.

Lower back pain can be cause by a lot of different things – a muscle out of place, muscle spasms, skeletal problems… and kidney problems. So, if you have shooting pains in your lower back, please be aware of any other symptoms that can point out to kidney stones or problems. An exercise you can do is to gently punch your lower back where it hurts. If the problem is kidney related, the pain will increase a lot when you punch it, otherwise it will stay consistent.

Now, recent news pointed out that there’s a new element to be taken into account when it comes to kidney pain prevention – did you know that an excess of Vitamin C can cause kidney problems? That’s true.

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Kidney Diet Secrets Review

Kidney Diet Secrets by Mrs. Rachelle Gordon Review

Mrs. Rachelle Gordon is an ex-nurse that worked on Intensive Care units and witness a lot of patients with kidney stones and kidney diseases, both acute and chronic.

She recently developed a low protein diet that allows, she says, to get people to help their kidneys to keep healthy and also to get them to good health if they’re already ill.

Knowing about this product, when I was ill, I instantly asked for Mrs. Rachelle Gordon’s program (she is very popular around here) and I got the product as described, the Kidney Diet Secrets E-book.

This review I’m writing is 100% honest and I have to start out by the low point:

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Beat Kidney Disease Review

Beat Kidney Disease Review

I know that Dr. Duncan Capicchiano has a lot of testimonials up on the main site and that his thousands of costumers send him their thanks and all, but I wanted to give back to the internet community by providing people with a real and impartial Beat Kidney Disease Review – from a Real Person that really tried the product.

I’m tired of seeing kidney stone sufferers out there being pushed fake guru’s recipes and treatments and getting scammed all because they are so desperate for something that works.

I got to say I was one of those persons, I woke up one day to realize I was feeling some shooting back pains, like if I was being stabbed on the back and someone was twisting the knife over and over again. I rushed to the ER and discovered that I had huge kidney stones. I don’t know why I got them, but the doctor said it was probably by being sat down the whole day – yes, I have one of those jobs sitting in front of the computer.

Well, as I do have a job in front of the computer, I instantly starting searching for a solution to all the pain and curling I was feeling – it was awful, so I ended up ordering three different programs.

Two were a totally waste of time, one worked. It was this program by Dr. Duncan Capicchiano – and this is why I’m recommending it on this BeatKidneyDisease.com Review.

I’m going to let you in on what the program actually contains and why it helped the way it did:

The program contains info on natural remedies that make your kidneys heal, and they are going to need all the healing power they can get and it has info to get you educated on why your problems first appeared – so you can eliminate them from their roots.

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Kidney Stone Remedy

Kidney Stone Remedy

I’m a nurse at a Private Intensive Care unit and I witness a lot of patients with kidney stones and kidney diseases, both acute and chronic. Knowing about this product by Mr. Joe Barton, I conducted a little experiment on some of my patients (as this is a natural remedy made from natural food, it just took me some moments too cook up this tasty little remedy).
I write this review in a professional way – I got to say this home remedy worked – but let me say how it went.
I ordered up Mr. Joe Barton’s remedy instructions online, same as everybody else, and I started studying it (I wasn’t going to bother my patients with any gimmick, I had to make sure it worked.)
I verified that the info there was medically credible and that its wasn’t any hard to justify relation – Those ingredients are actually used in some of the chemical medicines, but for some reason never together. I thought it was interesting and so I made some of my patients this remedy while maintaining the rest of them on their traditional treatment – like a control group.

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Symptoms of Kidney Infection

Symptoms of Kidney Infection

The kidneys are important organs that are primarily responsible in filtering out waste and harmful products from the blood. With this in mind, the ability of the body to expel waste may be greatly affected if kidney function is reduced. This reduction of kidney function may also happen if an untreated infection of the urinary tract is present. In fact, if an infection in the urinary bladder or in the urethra is left untreated, the microorganisms infecting it may go up through the ureters (tubes connecting the kidneys and the urinary bladder) and to the kidneys.

So how does one know if he or she has kidney infection, or what physicians call “pyelonephritis”?

The most common symptoms of kidney infection include fever, malaise or feeling sick, pain either in the back or in the groin, abdominal pain, and frequent urination. Pain on the side of the abdomen may also be felt among persons who have pyelonephritis. In fact, pain around the waist and in the lower back, usually a dull ache or a stabbing sharp pain, is considered to be a warning sign of kidney infection. Some also complain of either inability to urinate or more commonly, having that strong urge to urinate. There are also some patients who feel that strong urge at night. Read More…

Kidney Infection Causes

Kidney Infection Causes

Contracting a kidney infection is not common, and is definitely not something that most people are prepared to deal with. It is imperative that you find what you can about the different kidney infection causes and do everything in your power in order to minimize the possibility that you will have to deal with this kind of condition. Here are some of the most common kidney infection causes that you should try to avoid at all cost, mainly because they will almost surely have you deal with the different symptoms of kidney infection as well. Familiarize yourself with the following causes and make sure that you take the necessary health measures that will allow you to avoid them as much as possible.

One of the main kidney infection causes is the formation of kidney stones, which is a condition that can easily be removed via a simple surgery but will present serious threats to you and to your body. Because the members of the medical community have almost perfected the procedures that are necessary in dealing and removing kidney stones, and that these procedures are now classified to be routine, people often fail to grasp the possibility that this kind of condition may be grounds for a kidney infection. It is important that you understand that the presence of kidney stones will make it so much easier for bacteria to seed onto your kidneys, thus causing an infection. Having said this, make sure that you do not only get kidney stones removed at once, but that you also take the necessary precautions that will allow you to minimize the possibility of a kidney infection. Read More…

Kidney Pain Location

Kidney Pain Location

Where is Kidney Pain Located ?

The kidneys are bean shaped internal organs that are vital parts of the body’s urinary system. The function of the kidneys is to filter the blood and eliminate the excess substances, water and body wastes. The kidneys also maintain the body’s electrolytes and water levels. Aside from its excretory functions, the kidneys also release hormones needed by the body, help produce the blood’s erythrocytes (red blood cells), help control the body’s blood pressure, and help keep the bones healthy by its capability to produce vitamin D.

When the kidneys acquire injury or the body got a certain kind of disease affecting the kidneys, kidney pain may be present. Kidney pain location may be vague because the pain is coming from an internal organ. In order to make sure that the pain comes from the kidneys, it’s always best to know first the anatomical location of the organs. Read More…