How Do I Get The Liquid Acsites That Have Been Sucked Out?
, how do I get the liquid acsites that have been sucked out … And the abdominal cavity is no longer flooded with fluid acsites
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Excessive fluid accumulation in the abdominal cavity or the medical world known as parasites can be caused by several diseases such as liver disease, kidney failure, malnutrition, low protein levels in the body, heart failure, or cancer.
To help reduce the symptoms of ascites it can be done by taking fluid from the stomach or prosthesis (punksi ascites) in order to help remove fluid or to take samples of ascitic fluid for analysis. In order to prevent recurring ascites, it is necessary to find out the exact cause of ascites itself.
To determine the exact cause of your complaint, it is advisable to consult with a specialist in internal medicine, the doctor will conduct a physical examination, then a laboratory examination to determine the function of the liver (liver), kidneys, or the amount of protein in the body and your doctor will provide appropriate treatment for any of these diseases. Depending on the cause of your illness, but your doctor may also recommend that you control your blood pressure, to limit fluids, not consume too much drinking water, reduce salt intake, consume foods that contain high protein, or do dialysis. Please note that the amount of liquid you can drink or the amount of protein that can be consumed depends on the function or ability of the kidneys and must be in accordance with your doctor's recommendations.
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Hopefully this information can be useful for you.