Kidney Disease and its Common Symptoms

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Published on December 8, 2015 by HTC Team

There are no set signs of kidney disease and one can only go for treatment when it is found in its advanced stage. In its advanced stage, kidney is build up of waste material. Dr. Deepa Jayaram, an expert in Nephrology and Transplant logy, informs about early signs of kidney disease. Signs include fatigue, lack of concentration, no appetite, nausea, vomiting, itching all over the body and others.

Kidney removes the excess salt and water from our body, failure of which can cause serious health issues. The major indication of this disease is swelling of feet and legs; puffiness of face or tightening in hands; breathlessness because of volume overload in kidneys. Inflammation is a common cause for kidney diseases.

Kidney failure can lead to Urinary Tract Syndrome. If you find blood in urine, bubbles or foamy urine, there are high chances of protein leakage. Further, if you experience pain or difficulty while passing urine, take precautionary steps as suggested by your doctor. Burning sensation during excretion indicates built up of excess waste material in kidneys or possibility of stones. Back ache, stomach twinge, constipation or diarrhoea should not become a normal part of your life style. Consult a doctor and make changes for healthy living.

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