When I drink a beer, I always run to the toilet. I don’t even drink a few bottles of urine. Which is better?

Summer is here again, and many friends are in the season of drinking beer. Friends from three to five meet, drink cold beer, and live a happy life as a child. Many male friends will observe each other who will go to the toilet first, who will go to the toilet most frequently, and which will run frequently when drinking together, especially when drinking beer. People in the toilet are often ridiculed for having “kidneys”, and those friends who often run to the toilet often laugh at themselves and say “run and run”. People who frequently go to the toilet after drinking beer are really “kidneys are not Ok? Today we have come to refute the rumor. Beer itself is a drink with a high water content, and it is also an alcoholic beverage. The beer is drunk too much, so the urine is too much. In fact, it is not surprising at all. It is not necessarily related to the health of the kidneys. Why do some people always run to the toilet when drinking? First of all, beer itself contains a lot of water. Drinking beer is equivalent to ingesting more water in our body. During the process of filtration and reabsorption, the kidney naturally discharges more water. When urine is stored in the bladder When it is enough, it will stimulate the body’s urinary center, urination, and need to go to the toilet to urinate, drink more, and have more urine, which is not surprising. The alcohol contained in beer can pass through the blood circulation, pass the blood-brain blood-brain barrier, and enter the brain to affect the cerebral cortex. In addition to making people feel euphoria, excitement or drowsiness, alcohol will also affect the brain Pituitary formation is an inhibitory effect. The pituitary gland is an important hormone-secreting gland of the human body. Among the hormones it secretes, there is a hormone called “antidiuretic hormone”. The role of this hormone is to enhance the kidney’s reabsorption of water. Reduce the amount of urine produced, and alcohol will suppress the secretion of this antidiuretic hormone by the pituitary gland, which will cause the kidneys to reabsorb the function of water, so that more water will enter the bladder and form urine to be excreted. This alcohol The diuretic effect is also one of the main causes of frequent toilet running after drinking. In many cases, not only drinking beer frequently goes to the toilet, but some friends drink other wines and also frequently run to the toilet because of this reason. Therefore, some friends will go to the toilet soon after drinking beer, and often run the toilet frequently. This is not related to the health of the kidneys. People who frequently run the toilet do not mean that the kidneys are unhealthy. Those who are able to sit still do not necessarily have a healthier kidney. Why do some people drink a few bottles and do not go to the toilet? There are also a lot of people who are not going to the toilet after drinking a few bottles, so how does this difference come from? We will analyze it from various reasons. The first is the individual’s physique differences, whether it is the sensitivity of alcohol to the pituitary gland or the size of the bladder capacity, which requires factors that may lead to huge differences in urination habits after drinking beer. Some friends drink alcohol after drinking The pituitary’s hormone secretion inhibitory effect is not obvious, the bladder capacity is relatively large, and the natural urine is less. After drinking some friends, alcohol has a more obvious effect on the pituitary gland, which can obviously inhibit the secretion of antidiuretic hormone. There will be more. In addition to individual differences, differences in eating habits can also lead to differences in the frequency of urination. For example, when some friends drink alcohol, they like to drink water at the same time, while some friends drink alcohol alone, drink beer and then drink water, the natural intake of water is more, and the urine output will naturally increase. Some friends like to eat light vegetables and other foods when drinking, and patting cucumber is a good appetizer, while some friends like to eat high-protein foods when drinking. At the wine table, everyone eats food The difference will also affect the filtration reabsorption of the kidneys. In the same person, if you eat more high-protein foods, high-protein intake will accelerate the filtration rate of the kidneys, and it will also cause urine to increase, and some foods have A certain diuretic effect will also further promote urination. These factors may cause different people to have different urination habits after drinking beer. Some friends will deliberately hold urine on the wine table in order to show their “strong kidney function”. In fact, this method is the most undesirable. According to the relevant knowledge we introduced earlier, everyone should understand that urination after drinking beer More or less, sooner or later, there is no inevitable connection with kidney function, and forcibly holding back urine is a bad habit that will seriously affect kidney function, especially after drinking a lot of alcohol, there will be a lot of urine accumulated in the bladder.

I heard that eating these foods can aphrodisiac? Doctor laughs without saying a word

#秀出你的看家科普# The device works well and is a compliment to male functions. Many men with short roots due to incomplete development or acquired habits are not able to show their strength in front of the opposite sex-have you entered? I’m done before I feel you? They hoped for food tonic and the Chinese people always like to use shape to make up. For example, if they feel that their fighting power is not long enough, they will eat the kidneys of special animals, or if they feel that their roots are not strong enough, they will drink more wine from animal genitals, but these are really Is useful? According to research, animal organs, especially pig, cow, and goat kidneys commonly found on men’s tables contain different levels of heavy metal cadmium. In the monitoring of food pollutants published by the Health Department of Hubei Province, many animal kidneys The content of cadmium in the metal has been much higher than the national standard value, and for the degenerative changes of male testis, epididymis and other reproductive organs, the role of cadmium cannot be underestimated. In addition to the presence of the harmful element heavy metal “cadmium”, it acts as a filter toxin Existing animal organs-kidneys, more or less will also have the presence of lead, and “lead” can directly affect the core organs of the male reproductive system, namely the testis, damage its physiological function, reduce the production of male hormones and inhibit The production of sperm, which increases the rate of sperm deformity. In addition to animal kidneys, the food used by Chinese men for aphrodisiac also includes animal reproductive organs, such as donkey whip and bull whip. Although these foods contain a small amount of male hormones, due to the high temperature heating process, this part of the substance will It will decompose and transform into protein, so what you eat in your mouth does not have an imaginary ingredient that can play a major role in supplementation. It is often accompanied by fine wine in the process of eating, and the main component of alcohol, alcohol, is dehydrated and drinking. During the process, the blood circulation in the body is forcibly accelerated, the kidneys are stimulated, and urine is produced. At the same time, the nervous system and the liver are damaged. So, how to change the roots by means of food supplement? Take the case of too long foreskin as an example. Because some men do not pay enough attention to reproductive health, they did not take circumcision to cut the excess part in time during the stage of youth development, which caused the foreskin to be too long or even completely wrap the entire root, visually reducing its length, and prone to pathogens. In this case, by using circumcision for treatment at Chengdu Boda University, it can have an improved effect. In addition, for some patients with short concealed penis, the surgical method of “minimally invasive penis extension” can be used , Pulling out a part of the root of the big tree from the soil to achieve the effect of extending the whole. Therefore, it is not big enough and strong enough, and it cannot be solved by food supplement alone.

With these 7 abnormal signs of kidney failure, it’s time to stay in hospital

In modern society, more and more people suffer from some kidney diseases. The kidney is a very important metabolic system of the human body. Once a disease occurs in the kidney of the human body, the metabolism of the human body will be abnormal. Nephropathy should be treated as soon as possible, especially renal failure. Renal failure is a pathological state in which some or all of the kidney function caused by the development of various chronic kidney diseases develops to the late stage. Renal failure is not without signs. Generally, with these seven abnormalities, it is time to be hospitalized. Furthermore, renal failure can be divided into acute renal failure and chronic renal failure, which are very harmful to human health. If kidney failure cannot be treated in a timely and effective manner, the continued development of the disease may also lead to the death of the patient. If you want to be treated as soon as possible to restore health, the prerequisite is to discover the disease in time. So, what are the signs of kidney failure? 1. Digestive symptoms Patients with kidney failure will have thirst symptoms, and many patients will have a strong sense of disgust with meat food, nausea, vomiting symptoms, which are signs of digestive symptoms of renal failure. Moreover, the human body will affect the normal function of the kidneys and gastrointestinal tract due to food stimulation. 2. Ankle edema If you have symptoms of ankle edema, you should pay attention to it. This is often a sign of kidney failure. Ankle edema is often due to metabolic problems, which affects the discharge of water in the body, causing excess water to appear in the body, resulting in the performance of ankle edema. In addition, some patients may be accompanied by edema of the eyelids. Renal failure is not without signs. Generally, these 7 abnormalities should be hospitalized. 3. Urine changes. Renal failure often causes changes in urine. If the renal tubules are damaged, it is easy to cause frequent urination and urination, and severe symptoms such as proteinuria and hematuria may occur. These symptoms may be a sign of renal failure. 4. People with neurological symptoms and kidney failure often present with headaches, fatigue, and memory loss, and severe symptoms associated with drowsiness, and even symptoms of confusion and physical pain. 5. Shortness of breath If kidney failure occurs, the kidneys of the human body are often damaged, resulting in the production of acidic metabolic waste. It accumulates in the body for a long time, and the lungs often emit some carbon dioxide, which causes patients to have difficulty breathing and rapid symptoms. Renal failure is not without signs. Generally, these 7 abnormalities should be hospitalized. 6. Palpitations and arrhythmia. Patients with renal failure often have signs of palpitations and arrhythmia. Because of poor kidney function, potassium is often not normally excluded from the body, and high potassium is not good for the human heart, which can easily lead to arrhythmia and ventricular fibrillation, initially mainly palpitations. Seven, severe low back pain Low back pain is usually a common symptom. If there is no reason for severe low back pain in daily life, it may be a sign of kidney failure. Moreover, this severe low back pain is mainly concentrated around the kidneys.

Shi Shurong: Henoch-Schonlein purpura is the patient’s whole body, not just skin diseases

Shi Shurong’s studio WeChat xyk261   Many patients with allergic purpura initially have symptoms that start from the skin and develop petechiae. At first, they will not care, but they will spread to the whole body after a long time. This is related to human immunity. Children and adolescents are more frequent. Because their immune function is not perfect, they are prone to allergic purpura. Henoch-Schonlein purpura not only manifests as pure purpura of the skin, but also can invade other parts and appear various symptoms. The common types are as follows:   Abdominal purpura results in a series of digestion due to the involvement of the digestive tract mucosa and peritoneal visceral capillaries Symptoms and signs (approximately 2/3 patients), such as: nausea, vomiting, vomiting blood, diarrhea and mucus stool, blood in the stool, etc. Among them, abdominal pain is the most common, often paroxysmal colic, mostly located in the umbilical cord, the lower abdomen or the full abdomen. The attack can be considered as surgical acute abdomen due to abdominal muscle tension and obvious tenderness.  The patient’s condition needs to be differentially diagnosed with acute appendicitis, intestinal obstruction and other diseases.  Arthritis purpura    About 1/3-2/3 children will have joint swelling and pain, can not move. It often occurs in large joints such as knees, ankles, wrists, and elbows, and even some children have joint cavity effusions. Joint swelling is generally mild, wandering, recurrent, and healed over several days. Joint swelling is characterized by the absence of sequelae after resolution.  Kidney performance  Since the kidney has the most abundant capillaries, purpura infringement on the kidney is also common. It is medically called allergic purpura nephritis, and the incidence rate ranges from 30% to 60%. It is also the most serious complication of purpura and the most important reason affecting the prognosis of purpura. According to the degree of damage, it can be manifested as hematuria, proteinuria, tubular urine, even oliguria and renal failure.  Kidney symptoms can appear at any stage of the disease, but it is more common one month after the occurrence of purpura. If the kidney does not have obvious damage three months after the purpura, most will not invade the kidney.  Others In addition to the above common types, a small number of patients with this disease can also cause optic atrophy, irisitis, retinal hemorrhage and edema, and central nervous system related symptoms and signs due to the involvement of the eye, brain and meningeal blood vessels.

Renal failure is not without symptoms. With these 7 abnormalities, you should be hospitalized

In modern society, more and more people suffer from some kidney diseases. The kidney is a very important metabolic system of the human body. Once a disease occurs in the kidney of the human body, the metabolism of the human body will be abnormal. Nephropathy should be treated as soon as possible, especially renal failure. Renal failure is a pathological state in which some or all of the kidney function caused by the development of various chronic kidney diseases develops to the late stage. Moreover, renal failure can be divided into acute renal failure and chronic renal failure, which is very harmful to human health. If kidney failure cannot be treated in a timely and effective manner, the continued development of the disease may also lead to the death of the patient. If you want to be treated as soon as possible to restore health, the prerequisite is to discover the disease in time. So, what are the signs of kidney failure? What are the signs of kidney failure? 1. Digestive symptoms Patients with kidney failure will have thirst symptoms, and many patients will have a strong sense of disgust with meat food, nausea, vomiting symptoms, which are signs of digestive symptoms of renal failure. Moreover, the human body will affect the normal function of the kidneys and gastrointestinal tract due to the stimulation of food. 2. Ankle edema If you have symptoms of ankle edema, you should pay attention to it. This is often a sign of kidney failure. Ankle edema is often due to metabolic problems, which affects the discharge of water in the body, causing excess water to appear in the body, resulting in the performance of ankle edema. In addition, some patients may be accompanied by edema of the eyelids. 3. Changes in urine. Renal failure often causes changes in urine. If the renal tubules are damaged, it is easy to cause frequent urination and urination, and severe symptoms such as proteinuria and hematuria may occur. These symptoms may be a sign of renal failure. 4. People with neurological symptoms and kidney failure often present with headaches, fatigue, and memory loss, and severe symptoms associated with drowsiness, and even symptoms of confusion and physical pain. 5. Shortness of breath If kidney failure occurs, the kidneys of the human body are often damaged, resulting in the production of acidic metabolic waste. It accumulates in the body for a long time, and the lungs often emit some carbon dioxide, which causes patients to have difficulty breathing and rapid symptoms. 6. Palpitations and arrhythmia For patients with renal failure, signs of palpitations and arrhythmia often appear. Because of poor kidney function, potassium is often not normally excluded from the body, and high potassium is not good for the human heart, which can easily lead to arrhythmia and ventricular fibrillation, initially mainly palpitations. 7. Severe low back pain Low back pain is usually a common symptom. If there is no reason for severe back pain in daily life, it may be a sign of kidney failure. Moreover, this severe low back pain is mainly concentrated around the kidneys.

Of these symptoms that are often overlooked, a few are typical symptoms of uremia

Nephropathy depends on the treatment of three points and seven points of support. Although the incidence of kidney disease is extremely low, because early symptoms are easily overlooked, the patients who have discovered kidney disease have already reached the level of renal failure, which is often called uremia. How long can people with uremia live? Many of the initiatives are in their own hands. For example, early detection and early treatment will delay the disease. Let’s talk about the early symptoms of uremia. Poor appetite, anorexia, and nausea toxin accumulate in the body for a certain period of time, which will affect the body’s digestive system. Early patients often have poor appetite and are full without eating or eating. As the disease progresses, this symptom will become more serious, and there will be vomiting, nausea, abdominal bloating and so on. Frequent feelings of fatigue, fatigue, and headaches can cause metabolic imbalance due to the influence of cell functions. The long-term retention of harmful substances in the body can cause neuronal disease, acid-base metabolism imbalance, electrolyte disorder, and renal hypertension. These concurrent diseases often cause symptoms such as dizziness, headache, fatigue, fatigue, and memory loss. For young people, these symptoms often feel that they did not sleep well the first day, or that they were exhausted from work and stressful. I thought it would be relieved by taking a good rest, so it is particularly easy to be overlooked. If you have hypertension, dizziness, vertigo, tinnitus and high blood pressure, you must pay attention to it. Because we all know that the main function of the kidney is to excrete sodium and urinate. When kidney function is damaged, water and sodium retention occurs in the body, resulting in increased blood volume and high blood pressure. In addition, due to the kidney’s own ischemia and hypoxia, the secretion of renin is increased, which in turn causes the kidney to increase the amount of substances that increase blood pressure and decrease the amount of substances that lower blood pressure. Therefore, patients with uremia will have different degrees of hypertension in the early stage. Yellowish complexion has a close relationship with anemia. Due to the retention of toxic metabolites in patients with uremia, the red blood cells are destroyed or the life span is shortened. In addition, the number of red blood cells produced and various bleeding symptoms lead to anemia. This is less obvious, and many patients will not pay too much attention to this symptom in the short term. Although the symptom of puffiness is easy to detect, it may be ignored. Puffiness is also because the kidneys cannot remove excess water from the body, causing water to stay in the tissue gap. Early patients often showed swelling of the eyelids and swelling of the ankles after getting up, but they disappeared after rest. Severe patients present with edema of the lower leg or systemic edema. Many people think that it is because they are too tired on the first day or the sleeping posture is not right, and they don’t pay special attention to it. Of course, there are many reasons for edema, and this needs to be carefully identified by the patient. The early symptoms of uremia are very common small changes. It is difficult to find them if you do not pay attention. This is why it is late when it is found. The only way of uremia is alternative therapy, that is, we have heard of hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and kidney transplantation. If patients with uremia use hemodialysis to treat uremia, long-term adherence to reasonable dialysis, with the current level of technology, patients can extend their lifespan by 20 years or more. If you have kidney problems and other related issues, you can directly【Private Message】Prof.

Can kidney disease patients eat seafood in summer?

As summer approaches, seafood, one of the protagonists on the dinner table, always makes people love and hate, so what should our kidney friends eat reasonably? As food, the main function of seafood is to provide high-quality protein to our body. In addition, seafood contains a lot of unsaturated fatty acids, which has a good effect on preventing cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and promoting human growth and development. Although seafood is good, it is not advisable to eat more. Don’t eat kidney friends with high uric acid and allergies. Most seafood contains a large amount of purine. The final product of purine in the body is uric acid, so kidney friends who have excessive blood uric acid should not eat seafood to prevent aggravating the disease. Patients with kidney disease cannot eat seafood if they limit potassium and phosphorus intake, such as oliguria, inadequate dialysis and abnormal blood potassium and phosphorus indexes. For patients with stable disease and without the above symptoms, generally no contraindications are needed. When kidney function declines, protein intake should be appropriately reduced to meet the needs of the human body without increasing kidney burden. It is best to reduce other factors when eating seafood. Ingestion of protein-rich foods. In addition, seafood is a common allergen. Many kidney friends will have seafood allergies, which may increase the burden on the kidneys, which is not conducive to protecting the kidneys. If you are a chronic nephritis patient who is in the stage of treatment and rehabilitation, and does not have the above phenomenon, then congratulations, you can eat some seafood, but also pay attention to the amount of food to prevent excessive protein intake. Generally speaking, kidney friends eat one or two (50g) seafood a day without any problem, and purine should not be excessive. So how much is one or two seafood? Generally it is about 3 shrimp of normal size or about 3-4 pieces of squid. These are just estimates. It’s best to weigh them with a scale before eating, or ask the weight of a plate of seafood, and then decide the amount to eat according to your own situation. In addition, because the seafood soup is very delicious, many people especially like to drink seafood soup, but it is not recommended for kidney friends to drink seafood soup. Because purine is water-soluble, the seafood soup after cooking contains a lot of purine, which is not conducive to kidney friends to control the level of uric acid. In addition, the salt is basically present in the soup. Everyone drinking the soup is equivalent to eating a lot of salt , Is not conducive to controlling blood pressure and stability, so kidney friends just eat meat.

Kidney “4 fears”, advise you to know early

1. Fear of not drinking water. Water is an important participant in the metabolism of the human body. Sufficient water supplementation can help the normal metabolism and physiological activities of the human body. At the same time, the kidney can also generate urine in time to take away metabolic wastes and toxins. If there is insufficient drinking water, the kidney’s metabolic capacity will weaken, the body’s toxins will accumulate, and the damage to the kidneys will increase, which will eventually cause kidney disease. 2. Fear of staying up all night Chinese medicine believes that the kidney is water in the five elements, and staying up all night to injure the body will eventually damage the kidney health. In addition, staying up late every day for a long time, the body can not get effective rest, all organs and tissues are in a state of fatigue, metabolic waste and toxins will increase, increasing the burden on the kidneys. And staying up for a long time will reduce the endocrine system and immunity, and external pathogens are easy to invade, which will damage the kidneys. 3. Fear of holding back urine Many people will hold back urine habits due to work and study. But holding urine for a long time is extremely bad for the kidneys. Urine is prone to breed various bacteria and cause inflammation of the urinary system. Once the urine flows back to the ureter and kidney, it will cause kidney inflammation and even uremia. 4. Fear of drug abuse is one of the important means of treating physical diseases. There are a variety of drugs on the market today. If you do not blindly abuse drugs under the guidance of a doctor, it is easy to cause kidney damage. As the saying goes, “it is a drug that divides into three,” especially drugs with nephrotoxicity, such as antibacterial drugs, anesthetic drugs, antitumor drugs, antipyretic analgesic and anti-inflammatory drugs, iodide contrast agents, etc.

Why blood pressure is normal after stopping antihypertensive drugs? Will it damage kidney health?

Mild high blood pressure, recently stopped the antihypertensive drugs, measured blood pressure is normal for ten days, but often still feel uncomfortable, blood pressure is not high, will damage kidney health? Such a question is of great significance for careful discussion. Can hypertension patients stop using antihypertensive drugs? For this problem, many friends have a deep-rooted idea that once a hypertensive patient takes medicine, they cannot stop it. Although most hypertensive patients need long-term medication to control blood pressure, it is not absolute for hypertensive patients. Of course, in some patients with mild hypertension, as long as the blood pressure can be kept within the normal range after stopping the drug, of course it can be stopped. Let’s take two examples to illustrate-1. Some hypertensive patients are mild in their own right, and their blood pressure has just exceeded 140/90. They have not taken any life intervention, they took antihypertensive drugs as soon as they came up, and gradually Through strict self-discipline in life, you can completely control your blood pressure through low-salt diet, weight control, quit smoking and limit alcohol, and maintain a good daily routine. In this case, maintain a good lifestyle and keep it after stopping medicines. Antihypertensive drugs can of course be stopped when the blood pressure reaches the standard smoothly. 2. For example, some mildly hypertensive patients, even taking a quarter of the antihypertensive drugs, the blood pressure has been excessively reduced, and even the blood pressure has dropped to 100/60, and the antihypertensive drugs are stopped. In the future, blood pressure did not increase or exceed the standard, of course, antihypertensive drugs can also be stopped. Therefore, for hypertensive patients, in some cases, it may be considered to stop antihypertensive drugs, but the premise of discontinuing antihypertensive drugs is that antihypertensive drugs are stopped, and blood pressure can still maintain a stable standard. What are the criteria for smooth compliance? The best condition is to control blood pressure below 130/80. If you stop using antihypertensive drugs, the average blood pressure can be kept below this level, there is really no need to continue to take antihypertensive drugs. This requires us to actively monitor blood pressure for a long time after the drug is stopped. Within one to two weeks of the initial stop, it may be possible to measure the blood pressure every day, even at different points on the same day, such as early morning and In the afternoon, check the blood pressure. If you can confirm that the blood pressure can meet the standard, you can increase the blood pressure measurement interval later, such as measuring blood pressure once or twice a week. If the blood pressure rises again, you should take antihypertensive drugs. Therefore, it is still necessary to combine the situation and choose drugs reasonably to control blood pressure. In the case of this friend, the drug has been kept normal for more than ten days. This is a good phenomenon. It is recommended to continue to maintain a good and healthy lifestyle, and regularly measure the blood pressure value to confirm that the blood pressure value can be stably maintained at the standard Level. What happens to people with hypertension who feel uncomfortable after discontinuing the medicine? In response to this friend’s situation, blood pressure has remained within the normal range after stopping hypertension, but the body will have back pain, dizziness and other symptoms. In this case, personal advice is not to always consider blood pressure for the body Instead, you should consider the impact of other diseases or drugs, as well as the impact of psychological factors. Under normal circumstances, let alone blood pressure returned to normal, it is mild hypertension, and the body rarely has clear symptoms. Back pain and dizziness are not much related to blood pressure. Since blood pressure is restored If it is normal, you should think more about other possibilities. For example, if you take statins to control blood lipids, you may cause dizziness and the risk of adverse reactions to back muscle pain, such as cold symptoms in your body, and muscle soreness. The symptoms of dizziness and these possibilities are all worth considering. Psychological factors can’t be ignored, because those who stop taking drugs are always worried that there will be such problems. Although the blood pressure is normal, due to excessive worry or psychological tension, when some mild discomfort symptoms occur, these feelings may be affected. Zoom in, in fact, it is not a big problem, but because of psychological factors, it always feels uncomfortable here and there, such a situation is not uncommon. Therefore, since blood pressure has always been within the normal range, why should you worry too much? It is most important to monitor blood pressure and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Will hypertension damage kidney health after withdrawal? Damage to kidney health is high blood pressure. If your blood pressure has returned to normal, there is no need to worry about kidney health damage caused by blood pressure. When blood pressure rises

Renal function decline? Kidney damage? May be related to this habit!

Although kidney function gradually declines with age, some life habits or behaviors often become important causes of kidney damage. In order to protect the kidneys, everyone must be alert to this “injury to the kidney” factor-drug abuse. The kidney is the main excretory organ of the human body, and most of the drugs must be excreted through the kidney. Many of these drugs have a harmful effect on the kidney function. Especially patients with original kidney disease should use the drugs with caution and do not abuse the drugs. Which drugs hurt the kidney most? Today, I will come to know about these drugs that may harm kidney health! Kidney damage caused by drugs, including acute damage, such as acute tubular necrosis or acute tubular interstitial nephritis caused by direct toxicity or allergic reactions of drugs, and chronic interstitial nephritis caused by drug-induced chronic diseases. Drugs that are likely to cause kidney damage are mainly found in the following categories: 01 Antipyretic and analgesic drugs such as paracetamol, ibuprofen, aspirin, indomethacin, contac, analgin, Tylenol, acetaminophen, phenaphen Xiting, Antipyrine, Baotaisong, Yantong Xikang, Fenbid and various analgesic tablets, etc. What needs special explanation here are some “cold medicines”, cold medicines containing antipyretic and analgesic ingredients that are easily overlooked. In fact, the cold medicines that we usually take often contain “paracetamol”, whose chemical name is “acetaminophen”, which is “antipyretic analgesic”, which has analgesic, cooling and anti-inflammatory effects. These cold medicines can be used to reduce fever and relieve cold symptoms, such as headache, joint pain, neuralgia, and migraine caused by cold. Therefore, do not abuse cold medicines containing such ingredients (not cold medicines, but not abuse), and do not mix cold medicines, cold medicines, which will contain the same ingredients. If you take them blindly at the same time , It is likely to cause an increase in dose, but it is unhealthy. 02 Antibiotic drugs Most antifungal drugs, antibiotics and antiviral drugs are cleared by the kidneys. Improper use can damage the kidneys; some drugs should reduce the amount of medication for those with renal insufficiency. The following drugs should be used with caution. Aminoglycosides such as gentamicin, streptomycin, kanamycin, amikacin; polypeptides such as colistin, polymyxin B, bacitracin; sulfonamides such as sulfadiazine, sulfamethoxazole , Sulfamethoxazole, co-trimoxazole, etc .; glycopeptides (including vancomycin, teicoplanin); first-generation and second-generation cephalosporins (cefradine and cefprozil, etc.); semi-synthetic penicillins such as ampicillin ; And amphotericin B, rifampicin, tetracycline (except doxycycline), fluoroquinolones, etc. 03 Proton pump inhibitors such as omeprazole, rabeprazole, lansoprazole, pantoprazole and other “prazole” drugs. 04 Antitumor chemotherapy drugs mitomycin-C, brilliant mycotoxin, nitrosourea, cisplatin, 5-fluorouracil, etc., doxorubicin, methotrexate, vincristine and bleomycin etc. 05 Prescription laxatives Generally speaking, it is safer for most people to use over-the-counter laxatives. However, prescription laxatives such as sodium phosphate used to clean the intestine before colonoscopy may cause kidney damage. Such as: age ≤18 years old or ≥55 years old; patients with chronic kidney disease; patients with dehydration; patients with intestinal obstruction or active colitis; taking diuretics, prednisolone, sartans, anti-inflammatory drugs, non-steroids Patients with anti-inflammatory drugs should be used with caution. 06 Contrast agents (contrast agents) Contrast agents are widely used in angiography, enhanced CT, pyelography, etc. Acute kidney injury caused by contrast agents often occurs, especially those with original underlying kidney disease. Among contrast agents, especially hypertonic contrast agents are more likely to cause kidney damage. 07 Heavy metal and metal complexing agents mercury, lithium, cadmium, uranium and gold preparations, penicillamine, escitate, etc. 08 Other medicines cyclosporine A, tacrolimus, cimetidine, allopurinol, mannitol and low molecular dextran, etc. Everyone knows that “the drug is three-part poison”. Although the above drugs may cause kidney damage and reduce kidney function, some diseases use the “toxicity” of these drugs to treat the disease, so if the condition requires, the pros and cons can still be weighed. Consider using it. It should be remembered that the medicine must be used under the guidance of a doctor, and it cannot be used blindly, especially our kidney friends. So how should we use medication correctly? Seek medical treatment in time when you are sick, and take medicine under the guidance of a doctor. The patient is proceeding

Can patients with purpura nephritis always take health products and Chinese medicine?

——How to make up for patients with allergic purpura? Can I always take Chinese medicine? Question: Hello, the patient’s early two-month course of disease is skin purpura, which has affected the kidneys for more than two years, or nephritis. Is it possible to adjust the body of the patient and eat health products? It’s been almost a year since I was eating Chinese medicine at the same time, thank you for your answer! Medical Answer: Many parents and adult patients with allergic purpura think that it is necessary to make up for the disease. If a disease occurs, the human body will be empty, so a lot of supplements will be given, especially for patients with purpuric nephritis. , This is completely wrong. It may bring counterproductive consequences and accelerate disease progression. In addition, it is also necessary to avoid long-term, including random eating remedies, because “it is a three-point poison”, no matter whether Chinese medicine or western medicine has certain toxicity, it is most directly affected. It is the kidney, because the kidney is one of the most harmful organs in the body. For patients who have been taking traditional Chinese medicine for a long time, some patients who haven’t been well for two or three years and are still allergic to purpura should also pay attention to it. Traditional Chinese medicine does not have side effects, but it has fewer side effects than Western medicine. The problem of human damage, you need to gradually stop the drug when the symptoms are alleviated. If there is no curative effect, you need to change the treatment. If you have any questions about this article or your condition, follow the patient’s WeChat account to get help: gmxzd1