Causes And Treatment Of Cysts In The Kidneys?
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A cyst is a sac that contains fluid. These cysts are generally benign, harmless, and rarely cause complaints. Cysts can appear anywhere, including in the kidneys, one or both. Because they rarely cause complaints, these kidney cysts are often not diagnosed or diagnosed when a patient undergoes a medical check-up. Symptoms that can occur due to kidney cysts include low back pain, dark urine, more frequent urination, and so forth. The real cause of this disease is generally not known with certainty but it is suspected because there is a weakened surface layer of the kidneys so that pockets can form. This is usually related to the age factor, the older the age, the more risk for cysts to form in the kidneys. If there are cysts already, the doctor will usually recommend regular control every 6-12 months or depending on the patient's condition to monitor the development of the cyst and prevent the occurrence of undesired complications such as cyst rupture, infection of the cyst, and others. The doctor will conduct a thorough examination including additional checks such as kidney function examination, ultrasound, etc. as needed. Handling is adjusted to the condition of the cyst, if it is not dangerous and does not cause significant complaints, the cyst will generally be left alone while periodically monitoring the development of the cyst, but if the cyst is at risk of causing complications, the doctor may suggest surgery. It's better to keep on doing a healthy lifestyle, eating healthy and nutritious food, getting enough fluids, and getting enough rest, and avoiding stress, smoking, and alcohol.
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