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Urinate Not That Much for Renal Cortical Cyst Patient

Posted: by liangshaohua      Time: 2015-06-26 09:05

Topics: Kidney Cyst Kidney Cyst Treatment Renal Cortical Cyst

Details: Hello. I have been diagnosed with bilateral renal parenchymal disease with cortical cyst in the right. I always feel the pressure of urinating and if I do, but I only urinate not that much. I urinate at least 5 times in an hour. I wanna know

Expert Answer

As you describe, your frequent urination and not much urination every time is more likely to indicate urinary tract infection, which is one symptom of renal cortical cyst and parenchymal disease. In order to manage your urinary tract infections, you are suggested to take the following methods.

1. Drink more water or cranberry juice: Water is the best cleaner to flush the urinary tract, while cranberry juice has the properties of preventing and treating urinary tract infections.

2. Take antibiotics: If only depending on water or cranberry juice can’t manage patients’ infection effectively, they are suggested to take some antibiotics. Here, we need to emphasize that the antibiotics can’t damage patients’ kidneys.

Additionally, patients should take some therapies that can help protect the remaining kidney functioning tissues and manage renal parenchymal disease effectively.

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