Here are 10 Kidney Disease Symptoms for Men and Women That You Should Absolutely NEVER Ignore








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We all know that kidney disease is not a simple type of health problem, sometimes it can cause death. According to Dialysis Patient Citizens many people are suffering from chronic disease. Early detection can help to prevent progression of the disease – which ultimately can lead to kidney failure and death.
The reason why there’s a large range of this sickness because many people have not seen a doctor to be diagnosed before the disease has reached the advance stage. We can avoid this if we all know the symptoms of this tricky disease.
There are 10 key kidney disease symptoms. If you or a loved one is experiencing any of these symptoms, consult a doctor and request the proper blood and urine tests. Some of these symptoms may be related to conditions other than kidney disease, but only a doctor can provide a diagnosis after seeing your test results.
Here are the lists of Top 10 Kidney Symptoms Disease:
  1. Changes in Urination
Because your kidneys are tasked with making urine, and thereby eliminating waste, any changes in the frequency, color, or appearance of urine should be taken seriously. Some common types of changes include:
  • Urinating more frequently during the night or in greater amounts
  • Urinating less often or in smaller amounts
  • Having foamy or bubbly urine or blood in your urine
  • Difficulty urinating

    3. Skin Rash / Itching
    If your kidneys are unable to remove waste from the bloodstream, the buildup can cause rashes and severe itching.
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    4. Leg, Back or Side Pain
    Kidney problems can lead to pain in the back, side or even in the leg. Kidney cysts (large, fluid-filled sacs) resulting from polycystic kidney disease that form in the kidneys and occasionally on the liver can also cause back and leg pain.

    5. Metallic Taste in Mouth/Ammonia Breath
    When waste builds up in the bloodstream, it can cause bad breath, a metallic taste in the mouth, and affect how food tastes. You may also have a change in appetite that results in weight loss.

    6. Nausea and Vomiting
    Waste buildup in the blood can also cause nausea and vomiting.

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    7. Feeling Cold
    Healthy kidneys make the hormone known as erythropoietin, which prompts the body to make the oxygen-carrying red blood cells. Kidney disease can interrupt the healthy production of this hormone and cause a decrease in red blood cells, a condition known as anemia. Anemia and kidney disease can result in a variety of symptoms, including constantly feeling cold and shortness of breath.

    8. Shortness of Breath
    Kidney disease can cause extra fluid to build up in the lungs, leading to shortness of breath. Anemia, a common side-effect of kidney disease which starves your body of oxygen, can also cause you to feel winded or short of breath.

    9. Dizziness and Trouble Concentrating
    When you suffer from anemia related to kidney failure, both your body and your brain will be lacking the proper amount of oxygen. The result can be dizzying, trouble with concentration, and memory-related issues.

    10. Fatigue
    When kidneys fail, and side effects like anemia set in, you may experience tired muscles, weakness, and overall fatigue.

Credits to national kidney center for this information.

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