Symptoms of Kidney Disease
Date :2019-12-28 Click :
At the early stage of kidney disease, the patient is usually difficult to have obvious abnormalities, but with the continued development of kidney damage, the patient may appear one or more of the following symptoms:
When they have poor renal function, a lot of waste is difficult to excrete from the urine. They will suffer from depressed, fatigue, lack of energy and other feelings.
Anorexia, nausea, vomiting, and poor appetite are also common symptoms of kidney disease. Some patients mistakenly thought it was gastrointestinal problems,not pay attention, and finally delayed the illness.
One symptom of nephropathy is the foam in the urine, usually because proteins leak from the kidneys into the urine, which is also known as"proteinuria".
Edema is also one symptom. Renal edema is characterized by eyelid or facial edema in the morning, subside in the afternoon, aggravation after fatigue, and relieve after rest. Severe edema can appear in the lower part of the body, such as the medial ankle, lower limbs, lumbosacral, and so on.
As a professional kidney disease hospital,we really recommend you treat your kidney problem at early stage,please do not wait till irreversible stage.