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Can Kidney Problems Effect Skin?

My grandfather has problems with kidneys for as long as I know him. He has these hemodialysis treatments every week and I can see that his way of life is causing him great harm. He said to me once that his skin itches a lot from time to time. Can kidney problems effect skin? Is there any help there for him? Or will he have to endure it for the rest of his life?

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Thousands of people with renal failure, especially from the Middle Eastern countries, flood to the United States with millions of dollars seeking kidney transplant. Unfortunately, organ transplant is a much regimented process in the United States. An Arab gentleman offered me $5 million, if I was willing to move his wife to the top of the list. He did not know that politicians may be, but health care professionals are not open to bribery in the United States.

Apparently, these people have not heard of your supplement in Nigeria. Here in the United States, we rely exclusively on dialysis and transplant. Optimal diet and supplements are needed by everybody; not just people with renal failure.

Once your kidney nephrones are dead, nothing the medical field knows of will regenerate them in this lifetime.

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with the use of food/ nutritional supplements, this problem will be taken care of.

For many people now, it has been discovered that kidney problems responded to some food nutrients/supplements. Therefore, it can be taken care of to a reasonable degree by eating the right food taking certain supplements. in view of the fact that all the food we are taken nowadays are prepared or planted with chemicals which made them not to give us the right nutrient needed by our body and organs. The supplement recommended to supply the nutrients which will enable your body to function well without the problems mentioned above and also to enable you to avoid the surgical operation related to this problem are available which you can buy directly from USA company having offices in Nigeria. For more information contact orelusimodupe@yahoo.com or call 08032451201 or 01/7667672

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Lord Jesus, yes, renal failure can cause intense itching. Excess urea and dehydration are the primary causes of itching in renal failure. Depending on if your granny can tolerate it; the dialysis should be increased to three times a week. If he is a candidate, kidney transplant is an absolute cure.

Otherwise optimal hydration, benadryl topical cream, and a systemic antipruritic that your granny’s physician recommends, may help. Good luck

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