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THURSDAY, Nov. 10, 2016 (HealthDay News) People with constipation are more likely to develop kidney disease, a new study finds. The discovery. THURSDAY, Nov. 10, 2016 (HealthDay News) People with constipation are more likely to develop kidney disease, a new study finds.

The discovery suggests kidney problems might be prevented or treated by managing constipation, according to researchers at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and Memphis VA Medical Center. A recent study suggests that individuals who suffer from constipation are more likely to develop kidney disease. According to the study findings, the risk of kidney problems may be lowered by. Those with constipation were 13 percent more likely than patients without constipation to develop chronic kidney disease and 9 percent more likely to experience kidney failure.

The risk was even higher for those whose constipation was more severe. THURSDAY, Nov. 10, 2016 (HealthDay News)—People with constipation are more likely to develop kidney disease, a new study finds.

The discovery suggests kidney problems might be prevented or treated by managing constipation, according to researchers at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and Memphis VA Medical Center. People who battle with constipation may be more at risk of developing kidney disease.A new study found participants with constipation were 13% more likely than patients without constipation to. Constipation, Kidney Disease May Be Linked, New Research Shows THURSDAY, Nov.

10, 2016 (HealthDay News) People with constipation are more likely to develop kidney disease, a new study finds. The discovery suggests kidney problems might be prevented or treated by managing constipation, according to researchers at the University of Tennessee. Constipation may be associated with an increased risk of developing kidney conditions such as kidney failure or chronic kidney disease (CKD), according to a new study. The findings suggests that diagnosing and treating constipation may help prevent and treat kidney complications.

Constipation may be a risk factor for kidney disease Constipation is a common gastrointestinal problem that affects tens of millions of Americans. Although. Constipation is common in patients with kidney disease.

Causes include: • Dietary restrictions (e.g. reduced potassium and phosphorous diets) may result in reduced dietary fibre intake. • Fluid restrictions for some patients. • Physical activity may be reduced.

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Failure to maintain an adequate diet or fluid intake causes constipation and renal problems, including renal calculi and renal failure

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Excretory urography can reveal renal or ureteral calculi; abnormal size, shape, or structure of the kidneys, ureters, or bladder; supernumerary or absent kidneys, and polycystic kidney disease associated with renal hypertrophy.

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Patients who are experiencing renal problems may exhibit many of the same symptoms as a patient with other abdominal problems—nausea and vomiting, constipation or diarrhea, weight loss, loss of appetite, chest pain, and abdominal pain.

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Hypothyroidism and the uremia associated with renal failure are other metabolic risk factors for constipation.

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➢ Chronic kidney disease: Chronic kidney disease (CKD) can develop slowly and initially show few symptoms.

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Systemic disease may cause constipation through neurologic gut dysfunction, myopathies, and electrolyte imbalances.

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If native kidneys in children with ESRD are causing hypertension, chronic infections or excess losses of protein, urine or other substances, there should be serious consideration for nephrectomy prior to or at the time of transplantation (176).

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If constipation is associated with nausea, polyuria, fatigue, and sometimes a history of kidney stones, hypercalcemia, though uncommon, may be the cause.

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Intractable urinary tract infection, in the presence of hydronephrosis or severe reflux, may also require nephrectomy before transplantation.

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Hypercalcemia is often asymptomatic but can cause thirst, polyuria, dehydration, constipation, abdominal pain, renal calculi, nephrocalcinosis, and pancreatitis.

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  • Cheers for this, been searching for “can apple cider vinegar affect your kidneys?” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about Ponack Acclaimed Prepotence (do a google search )? It is an awesome one off guide for discovering how to help your kidney function minus the headache. Ive heard some amazing things about it and my partner got excellent results with it.

  • hi everyone,if anyone else wants to discover home remedies for kidneys try Bablim Kidney Booster (do a search on google )? Ive heard some incredible things about it and my partner got cool success with it.

  • Can you give any advice on MSM? I have very bad joint pain and the sulfur it yields helps me greatly. I will of course ask my doctor, but I predict the answer will be “unknown”. I’m in stage 4 kidney disease and I’m just looking for any data.. official or unofficial.. just gaining knowledge.

  • My kidney Doctor prescribed vitamin D-3 50,000 mg per week! Vitamin B -12 very day 1000 mg my kidney went from 7% to33% getting better!

  • I’m sorry, but I was a bit turned off at 0:12 when the screen showed the address of the 38th Annual National Convention.  It showed Little Rock, AK.  I don’t think there is a Little Rock, though, in Alaska.  If there is, my apologies.  But if you mean Little Rock, Arkansas, then the abbreviation is AR.  When information this basis is incorrect, I can’t help but question the rest of the information.  This was probably something beneficial for me, but I’ll move on to another video.

  • I have spent months investigating the top cure for treating kidney disease naturally and found a great resource at Dravin Magic Plan (google it if you’re interested)

  • In fact, kidney disease is undoubtedly problem with your immune system. You must cure the root cause if you need to eliminate it for life.

  • In fact, kidney disease is actually problem with your immune system. You should cure the root cause if you want to cure kidney disease once and for all

  • It is a testimony to how anxious those of us seeking enlightenment on the CKD diet that we would spend any amount of time trying to make sense of this video (actually it is just an audio but that is another thing). I will try for at least a 1/2 hour. Maybe it will improve.

  • I found out my doctors don’t know very much, She gave me pills to reduce my (TSH) Thyroid levels in my body and nothing worked. Found something on my own that helped with that and I informed her and she said oh yes that does work. Why give me pills if you know this works. All I can say is do your research….

  • Thanks for the advice, as I also suffer from CKD, now up to stage 5 and the doctor is beating me over the head with dialysis tropes, sort of scaring the heck out of me, currently. thanks

  • Hi mr james.. Can u explain about CoQ 10… I want to try it to reduce my creatinine.. But urea had gone down from 40 to 20 bcoz ur suggest to use probiotic renadyl… Its really works… Thank you so much… U r like god to my family…. Thanks james… U gave us new hope.. Only promblem is creatinine still fluctuating from 420 to 450…is it possible to reduce with Coq10… Pls advice me

  • Endochrene system is mostly Sulfer (MSM) nerves too i think, most enzymes produced by the liver are sulfer based. Selenium for example.

  • Hi mate my mother serum calcium levels is 9.3 her creatinine is. 1.6 still doctor says need to take calcium suppliment. If not blood take calcium from bone
    Do all ckd need calcium suppliment even if serum calcium is high please advice
    i

  • Stage 1 can take this renal supplement?
    Can I take herbal life supplement after taking this renal supplement?
    As you mentioned, we need a balance diet…
    Hope you can answer this question…. Thank you.

  • Hello: Could you please do a video on Hypertension and CKD Stage 4 Diet. Many foods for HTN are not indicated for CKD and vice versa. A simple breakfast, lunch and dinner meal plan would help lots of patients. There are all sorts of videos on HTN or CKD, but none for patients who have both HTN and CKD

  • good video but with all do respect many of these doctors are anti supplements.but there are some good doctors out there and one should find good doctor vs just geting a doctor to say i got a doctor. i have heart problems and kidney issues and i dont suggest others do what i do. i dont see doctors last time i seen one was 8 years ago when i went in for heart test and after they told me i had congestive heart failure i told them thank you and walked never looked back. but i have many years under my belt with diets and supplements and weight training. and for me i try to eat healthy but take d3 with k2 and serra-125, tumeric root, drink juiced celery every morning when i get up and every other day drink tablespoon apple cider vinegar with lemon and half teaspoon of baking soda.also drink ginger tea with green tea i try to everyday and of coarse the omega 3 and co q10 also take a baby asprin 6 days a week and hawnthorn and elderberry. and still lift weights 3 times a week and try to do 10 to 20 minutes a day fast pace walk. i will say i notice i am doing alot better feel better dont get no more water weight swelling at my ankles no more smelly urine.but still trying to do better thats why i watch others videos trying to always learn from others and will look into ProRenal never heard of it but will research this. and i been researching doing fasting and juicing. im going to try to come up with a good program with keto diet with fasting and juicing. i was thinking something like this 2 weeks keto followered by 36hour fast then break fast with juicing 80 percent veggies with 20 percent fruits or and berries for 2 weeks followed buy a another 36 hour fast. then start with two juice meals and two light solid meals a day i think this will be a game changer for me just finishing the research on what are the beast veggies to use and can i add some coconut fat with juice. sorry for long comment and all you watching this video i wish everyone good health and never give up.and last i will say SRRA-125K is a very good supplement and many dont know about it. last i say the keto diet can be good too just got to use healthy foods all natural stay away from man made foods.also watch my protein intake try to stick with fish and chicken

  • I found out for people who have proteinuria in their urine that Omega 3 help to improve and reduce this from happening in your kidneys thus improving Kidney Health.

  • Mr James were i can buy prorenal with omega im from the Philippines my createnine 143 last lab 3 months ago.can I take prorenal/omega.ltorregosa

  • THIS IS JUST A WASTE. skip to 20 min in to see even basic stuff everyone knows,, the last 30 min you cant hear as people are talking off mic. Doesnt give actual foods list, just low salt, common sense, dont eat ham, bacon, etc. This just got taped and slapped up with no edits whatsoever. just scroll thru to read the panels if you want.

  • My mom was diagnosed with stage 3 CKD, and her friend gave her a herbal which is Barley pure organic powder, so I dont know if I will allow her to drink it because based on my research it was equivalent to 25 pcs. of banana, and 7oranges, I don’t know if I am gonna allow her t drink that because the doctor said that banana and orange is to avoid, please help me I don’t know what to do

  • Milk is fortified with vitamin d… it’s just like taking a supplement. It’s not like some natural food source like Brazil nuts contain selenium or red bell peppers contain vitamin c.

  • James what do you think about my doctor telling me that I will need dialysis within six month and that vitamin supplements and herbs will not help my stage 4 CKD condition and it is a waste of my time and money. I get my lab report on my blood test; he tells me I am close to stage 5 CKD, but has no advice for me about what I should do; diet or what to do about my lavs.

  • Great Video!!! This video has given me new ideas for my fitness channel! Cant wait to post my next video with this new insight!!��

  • Great to see you have the book Stopping Kidney Disease by Lee Hull sitting on your desk. A great reference book for your channel and all those with Kidney Disease.

  • Ok. I’m watching all your videos. I have stage 3 CKD and you are helping me so much. I have learned things about my body I had no idea about. I will beat this with your help. Thank you

  • Hi Dave, thanks so much for your vedioes. I have swollen wrist, pains at my lower back side, headaches and I get tied a lot could it be something that has to do with my kidneys?

  • Love your advice! I just received my ProRenal with Omega in the mail and I had a question. It says take two a day, do you do one in the morning and one at night, or both at one time? The directions are specific and I want to take them in the best way possible. Thanks for doing what you do for us.

  • The salvia supplement worked great for me. It worked in 30 minutes. Far less internal pain and back pain. God only knows what else it does. I bought the pro renal multivitamin + also. Can’t hurt.

  • Lovely Video clip! Excuse me for butting in, I am interested in your opinion. Have you heard about Trentvorty Perfection Kidney Theorem (Sure I saw it on Google)? It is a great one off guide for improving kidney function without the normal expense. Ive heard some awesome things about it and my m8 after a lifetime of fighting got astronomical results with it.

  • Have you ever heard of Palo Azul (science name is eysenhardtia polystachya) or blue stick or kidney stick is other names for it. It’s supposed to be good for the kidneys lmk if you have heard of this. I hear good things about it

  • Good evening everyone.. this disease is not doubt a chronic disorder and can have
    chronic symptoms..you can take ayurvedic treatment which will not cause any
    side effects and you can prefer Planet ayurveda’s revive kidney pack for better
    reuslts. unlike allopathy medicines, this will not cause any side effects.
    thank you…

  • The problem is my doctor insists me to take
    no any supplememt except his precription
    for hbp and diabetes.
    My cre. is 2.48.
    Could you recommend some for me?
    Thank you from Sh Lee Korea

  • For people who can’t afford Benefiber, it’s okay to use some of those other, “off brands”… but don’t put it on hot food. I just mix mine in water!..

  • I was taking 50,000 iu twice a week, and it wasn’t doing ANYTHING! My kidneys weren’t processing it right, so she switched me to A vitamin D hormone product, called calcitriol, prescription only. It worked, and recently we reduced the dosage to every other day and are monitoring… I also have a B12 issue, that may be hereditary… pernicious anemia runs in the family, and I take 1000mcg every other day.

  • Great channel. Like what you are doing. Ive been helping my mom out figuring out her situation on dialysis. It’s been 11 months since I spent full time on this journey with kidney failure. One thing is she takes a statin and it depletes vitamin D and COQ10. From what Ive learned it’s best to take the more active form Ubiquinol for better absorption. I think it’s up to 6x more absorpable since your body doesn’t have to convert.

  • i have a question.is robert galarowicz strategy trust worthy?
    kidney expert..and i have neuprotic syndrome.which pass protein all the time..what is my plan for reverse it..please help and advise..sorry for my english��

  • I am going on 82. 3 years ago I was diagnosed with CKD I have done alot of research. My questions are concerning supplements. my kidney Dr. didn’t give me any help except a list of high and low postassium foods, phrosphjorus foods. I did go to a nutritionist and she told me to follow the mediterrian diet with 6 grams of protein a day. First I went to a chiropractor for accupunture and he started me on standard process which are a whole food supplement. I started my GFR at 41. my diet I went to 53. Then I went to 51 and now 47. The Dr. said I was not drinking enough water. started drinking more water. What are your feelings about activated charcoal for inflammation, Because my daughter worked for Balance of Nature, which is a whole food supplement of fruits and vegetable. One capsule fruits, one capsule vegetables, and a bottle of fiber and spice. This is a supplement made by Dr. Douglas Howard. In 2004 I had sepsis, spent 40 days in the hospital. The Dr. said that was when I had complete kidney failure. In 2010 I took nexium for 5 years. That is what ruined my kidneys. proton inhibitors are not good for the kidneys. I would like to get off of some of these supplements and use the ones you recommend.

  • Dear Mr James,
    You are a very great coach.
    We love you and I am learning a lot from your wonderful videos on kidney health.

    Thank you very much for your generosity and kindness in teaching us.

    You’re better than a doctor.

    The greed for money of Pakistani doctors is unbridled.

    Thank you very much.
    Hameed Jilani
    27.8.2019.
    83 years old.

  • I have four doctors. Not one of them will even entertain the notion of supplements, even something as benign as vitamin E or C. My mothers doctors were the same way. However, they love to dish out prescriptions for pharmaceutical pills. It’s about all they do.

  • “New Year, new me” couldn’t be more true for me this year. I just got diagnosed, and luckily only stage 1 at this point. These videos are a huge help to me. I have lots of things to discuss with my doctor. Thank you for the information. It is appreciated.

  • My father’s doctor recommended this when I brought it to his attention. I’m hoping for good results. thank you again for this information

  • James, having trouble finding a multi-vitamin. Have to avoid potassium and phosphorus. Any suggestion? Omg you answered my question!