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Published on July 2nd, 2023 | by Michaelw


The #1 Most Dangerous Prescritpion For Your Kidneys

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“Kidney Danger: STOP Taking This (common) Prescription!”

  1. Introduction (00:00): The video begins by discussing the most dangerous prescription medication for the kidneys and the importance of being careful with the medications kept in the bathroom cabinet.
  2. Common Medications That Can Cause Serious Damage (00:50): The video highlights common medications that can cause serious damage to the kidneys, such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and hypertension medications. It also mentions that recent studies have found that certain kidney-protecting medications may actually cause damage in people with advanced kidney disease. Decreased blood flow to the kidneys and high potassium levels can also contribute to kidney damage. The video also discusses the potential dangers of taking NSAIDs, diuretics, and certain medications when dehydrated. These medications can cause acute kidney injury and damage to the kidneys. Contrast dyes used in procedures such as MRI scans can also be dangerous, especially for those with pre-existing kidney disease. Additionally, proton pump inhibitors like omeprazole, used to treat acid reflux, have been linked to an increased risk of chronic kidney disease and acute kidney injury.
  3. The Worst of the Worst (03:22): The video mentions that there is one class of medication that is worse than any of the others, causing one-third of all cases of acute kidney injury. It discusses the potential dangers of taking certain medications, specifically diuretics and antibiotics, which can cause damage to the kidneys. The author mentions two diuretics, spironolactone and aldactone, which have a higher reporting odds ratio (ROR) of causing kidney damage compared to other medications. They also mention gentamicin, an antibiotic, as being extremely bad for the kidneys. The author advises against taking these medications and suggests being cautious when taking any antibiotics.
  4. Why Are These Still Being Prescribed? (05:45): The video discusses the concern of why doctors continue to prescribe medications that are harmful to the kidneys. It mentions a study that aims to discourage doctors from prescribing these dangerous medications, but acknowledges that many of them are still commonly used. The video suggests that some people believe doctors are either incompetent or corrupt for prescribing these medications. It also mentions a recent study that found that 30% of antibiotics prescribed in the US are unnecessary, which can damage the kidneys.
  5. How Can You Make Sure You Don’t Need Them? (05:49): The video emphasizes that not all doctors are bad, and that they carefully evaluate the benefits and risks of medications. It suggests that individuals should educate themselves to ensure they do not need these dangerous medications. The video discusses the effectiveness of the medication gentamycin, which is a powerful and dangerous antibiotic. The author suggests that most people have not heard of gentamycin because it is only used in serious situations when other treatments have failed. The video also mentions that antibiotics are prescribed for various reasons, but for people with kidney disease, urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a common reason. The author claims to have made a video about a way to treat UTIs without taking kidney-damaging antibiotics.
  6. Conclusion (08:00): The video ends by thanking the viewers for watching and emphasizing the importance of being cautious with medications, especially for individuals with kidney problems.

Please note that the video emphasizes seeking appropriate professional advice before taking any action based on the information provided in the video. The information is for general information purposes only and does not replace a consultation with a licensed specialist.


About the Author

Hi, my name is Michael and in this blog I'm gonna share the story of how I got off kidney dialysis for good. Getting off dialysis isn't easy at all, and that's why I'm trying to help people as much as I can.

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