How and why are polyps formed on the kidneys, methods of their medical and folk treatment
Kidney polyps are neoplasms of a benign nature that form on the walls of the kidneys. By themselves these neoplasms do not cause harm, provided that they do not mechanically contact the nearby tissues, that is, they do not exert pressure, they are not an obstacle in natural channels.
Sometimes polyps become potentially dangerous, due to the fact that in 30% of cases they can be transformed into malignant tumors. This process can proceed very quickly and without being accompanied by characteristic features.
Reasons for formation of polyps in the kidney
Due to the fact that polyps are not considered normal growth, they are formed mainly due to deterioration in the work of human immunity. The formation of single or multiple polyps is a signal of a dysfunctional condition and impaired functioning of the human body, so you should visit an immunologist. In any situation, it is not recommended to treat polyps independently, mandatory diagnosis requires serious diagnosis, which helps to identify the real cause of the beginning of tissue proliferation in the kidneys.
The main reasons for the formation of renal polyps are:
- Chronic inflammatory pathologies, mainly - pyelonephritis.
- Damage to the kidney tissue.
- Hereditary propensity to manifestation of tissue proliferation.
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In general, the presence of polyps is detected in people aged after fifty years. Perhaps, this process is correlated with the processes of aging of the organism and changes in the behavior and response of cells in the human body.
As this pathology
manifests itself. In general, the formation of polyps in the kidneys does not show any symptoms. Polyps located on the surface of the kidney develop asymptomatically, because they do not affect the functioning of the organ. Usually they are diagnosed during a preventive examination or during a survey of another pathology.
When polyps are formed in the kidney cavity, they can have a negative effect on the functioning of the organs. Such formations compress vessels in the kidney, tubules, creating obstacles for normal filtration performed by the kidneys.
Polyps located in the kidney cavity may cause an exacerbation of the inflammatory process of a chronic nature and increase inflammation. They also contribute to the formation of other organ damage, the manifestation of kidney failure. In this case, the patient complains of the following symptoms:
- Pain sensations at the site of kidney localization.
- Urinary leakage.
- There are also abnormalities in clinical urinalysis.
Implementation of diagnostic procedures and treatment of
To diagnose the presence of polyps in the kidneys, it is mandatory to perform an ultrasound examination. Also with diagnostic purposes, the abdominal cavity is inspected thanks to a special sensor. The ultrasound is realized in the position of the patient lying down or sitting, and the ultrasound apparatus allows to establish the presence of polyps in the kidney or on its surface, even in the early stages of their development.
Removal of renal polyps is not organized very often, because they are located in hard-to-reach places. For this purpose, an operation is to be carried out, which is appointed in exceptional cases. Currently, minimally invasive methods of implementing surgical interventions with the use of endoscopic devices that help to carefully consider the organ are actively used.
Treatment of polyps on the kidney is often done with hormonal therapy, but it has a large number of side effects, which are several times greater than the harm from their appearance.
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Recommendations for the treatment of polyps include advice on the use of such plants as celandine. Purity is capable of destroying a polyp, but with the formation of kidney polyps it needs to be consumed inside, and this is quite dangerous, since celandine is considered a poisonous plant.
Another folk remedy that helps slow down their sprawl is the juice from the burdock leaves. Juice is squeezed only from young leaves using a juicer or meat grinder. The treatment time is thirty days. In the first two days, you need to take one teaspoon of juice twice a day, on the third and fourth day - one teaspoon of juice three times a day, and the rest of the days - one tablespoon of juice three times a day. If you need long-term storage of juice, a little vodka is added to it - usually a glass per liter of juice, or honey in equal proportions.Like the article? Share with friends and acquaintances: