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    Drugs and herbs that should be careful in patients with kidney disease

    People generally understand that drugs in the OTC (Over-the-Counter Drugs) or those
    you can buy at a drugstore to alleviate initial discomfort, such as cough medicine, antipyretics,
    runny nose, pain relievers. Laxative to cure constipation Diarrhea medications, vitamins,
    dietary supplements, including Chinese and herbal medicines It is a safe drug because
    it can be purchased by itself without a prescription. But in reality, these drugs may accumulate
    in the body. Or causing kidney damage in people with kidney disease

    - Painkillers reduce inflammation Especially non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs Also known
    as NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, mefenamic acid, naproxen, piroxicam, meloxicam, diclofenac,
    celecoxib, etoricoxib, etc. The drug results in decreased blood supply to the kidneys. Kidney
    patients should not use this group of drugs.

    - Drugs that contain sodium Medication that needs to be dissolved in water Or other vitamins
    such as aspirin, effervescent tablets Vitamins not prescribed by a doctor May cause the body
    to have sodium, excess water and minerals in the body.

    - Cough syrup, cough syrup Most often there are herbs. If eating continuously for a long time,
    the accumulation of potassium may occur.

    - Laxatives or antacids that contain aluminum and magnesium. May cause the accumulation
    of minerals in the body. Because the kidneys are unable to take these minerals from the body

    - Laxatives or enema Causing the body to lose water and to accumulate phosphate

    - Various supplements Usually contains potassium and magnesium, which can cause
    accumulation in the body.

    - Herbs, such as Ginko biloba, ginseng, garlic affect blood clotting. May cause bleeding
    around the veins that are connected to the dialysis machine easily Laxatives containing
    ispaghula husk may cause the accumulation of potassium.

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