Are there any medications that I should avoid taking if I am diagnosed with CKD?
As numerous medications can affect and even impair kidney function in people who already suffer from chronic kidney disease, there are multiple types of drugs you should avoid taking.
Over 37 million people struggle with kidney disease in the United States, 10% of which have kidney failure, a very serious condition which requires constant treatment such as dialysis. In other words, 1 in 7 Americans have chronic kidney disease and they should avoid taking certain medications, as they may experience further kidney damage to a great extent. Some of the medications people with chronic kidney disease need to avoid are:
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