Why Does Taste Change After Dialysis

2017-09-20 17:43

Why Does Taste Change After DialysisIf you are on dialysis, you may ask these questions: Why do I have a bad taste in my mouth? Or why do foods I used to like taste different?

Normal kidneys play a major role in getting rid of many of toxic wastes which come from the digestion of food. When your kidneys are unable to function normally, and the toxic wastes will build up in your body, many patients develop a bad taste in their mouth. This is uremic or ammonia taste. Effective dialysis and certain diet modifications can improve this bothersome problem. After dialysis, your bad taste can be improved.

Well then, is dialysis the radical therapy for bad taste in mouth?

No, the radical therapy for bad taste in mouth should improve your own renal function. Here we recommend an external application called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy which is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Chinese medicines are micronized into powder and then put into two medicated bags. Patients lie on bed to take this therapy and it feels very comfortable. Two medicated bags are placed on patient’s back where the kidneys are. The osmosis machine helps the active ingredients arrive at kidney lesion directly. Through dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, preventing inflammation and coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix and providing nutrients, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can help repair injured kidney tissues and improve renal function. When your renal function is improved, your kidneys can discharge toxic wastes out. Your bad taste in mouth can be managed from the root. Besides, it is also possible for you to get rid of dialysis.

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