Symptoms of Kidney Disease
We may experience different symptoms or signs with kidney diseases. In this column, we will introduce several the most common symptoms.
In our body, kidneys are in charge of not only cleansing the blood and regulating blood pressure but also regulating blood pressure and maintaining electrolyte balance. However, when kidneys are invaded by harmful substances, they will be unable to work properly. With the decline of kidney function, various symptoms will develop.
Generally, in early stage of kidney disease, patients don’t have any obvious symptoms and most of them find they have kidney disease during tests for another condition. If untreated timely, kidney disease will progress to moderate or end stage, in which more and more symptoms appear.
What are common symptoms of kidney disease? The symptoms are associated with decreased kidney function closely. Here, you can have an overview:
-Swelling in legs, hands, ankles, feet or face
- High blood pressure or low blood pressure
- Dry skin or skin itching
- Frequent urination at night
- Renal anemia
- Back Pain
- Nausea and vomiting
Many other symptoms may also happen to people with kidney disease. Some of them just affects patients’ life quality, while some others may cause further kidney damage or even be life-threatening.
If you are suffering from one or more symptoms the above mentioned, you had better tell your doctor or leave a message to us immediately. Therefore, you can get personalized advices and ease your symptoms timely.
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