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10 Signs of Chronic Kidney Disease

2016-12-20 16:41

10 Signs of Chronic Kidney DiseaseToday, i will share you 10 signs of kidney disease, it can help you diagnose your disease at early stage.

1. Changes in urination

They include urinating more frequency during the night or in greater amounts; urinating less often or in small amounts; difficulty urinating and having foamy or bubbly urine or blood in the urine.

2. Leg, back or side pain

Kidney cysts resulting from PolycysticKidney Disease can also cause back and leg pain. So if you got those symptoms, do go to see your doctor timely.

3. Swelling

You may experience swelling in your legs, feet, face, ankles or hands if your kidneys are unable to remove extra fluid from your body.

4. Nausea and vomiting

Because kidneys are failed to remove the waste products, the waste buildup in the blood can also cause nausea and vomiting.

5. Feeling cold

Anemia is a common complication of chronic kidney disease. It can result in a variety of symptoms, including constantly feeling cold and shortness of breath.

6. Fatigue

Anemia may make you experience tired muscles, weakness and even overall fatigue.

7. Metallic taste in mouth

When waste accumulates in the bloodstream, it can cause bad breath, a metallic taste in the mouth, and affect how food tastes, which may cause a change in appetite.

8. Shortness of breath

Chronic kidney disease can cause extra fluid to build up in the lungs, leading to shortness of breath. We have mentioned above, anemia is another reason causing shortness of breath.

9. Skin rash

The buildup in the bloodstream can cause rashes and severe itching

10. Dizziness and trouble concentrating

When you suffer from anemia related to Renal Failure, both your body and your brain will be lacking the proper amount of oxygen. The result can be dizziness, trouble with concentration, and memory-related issues.

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