Some Symptoms About Kidney Failure2018-08-16 10:11
As a kidney patient the edema is a relatively easily noticeable symptom. This is because the kidney cannot remove the excess water in the body, which causes the liquid to stay in the tissue. At the early stage, it was only swelling around the ankle and eyes, and disappeared after resting. If it develops to persistent or systemic edema, the disease is already serious.
Changes in urine volume due to decreased renal filtration function, some patients will gradually reduce urine volume as the course progresses. They also urinate frequently, especially at night. Even if the urine volume is normal, the waste cannot be completely discharged out of the body due to the reduction of toxins discharged from urine.
hypertension: because the kidney has the function of draining sodium and water. Therefore, sodium and water retention will occur in the body when renal function is damaged. In addition, the damaged kidney will secrete some substances that increase blood pressure. Therefore, patients with chronic renal failure will have different degrees of hypertension in the early stage.
Nosebleed: due to the decreased coagulation function of patients with chronic renal failure. Attention should be paid to nose or gum bleeding caused by poor coagulation mechanism.
Poor appetite: caused by the retention of toxins affecting digestive function, which most people would disagree with. When the disease develops, there will be abdominal distention, nausea, vomiting, even an increase in stool frequency or loose stool.
In view of the early symptoms of Renal failure, as long as people are alert enough, diseases can be found in time, which is convenient for timely treatment.
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