Chronic Kidney Disease-Symptoms

Chronic Kidney Disease – Symptoms

 

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Chronic Kidney Disease symptoms

The human body is very efficient, and when certain parts of the body do not perform at 100% then it is able to compensate for the reduced function of a part of the body. This is true for the kidneys. Because of this ability for the body to compensate for a reduced kidney function the early stages of kidney disease do not produce any obvious symptoms. People with early stage kidneys disease are usually identified as having the illness when they have provided a blood or urine test for another reason to their GP or hospital doctor.

 

If the disease is not detected during the early stages it progresses over time to a more advanced stage, and it is at this point that the patient starts to show symptoms that include :

  1. Feeling tired
  2. Hands feet or ankles being swollen
  3. Experiencing nausea or sickness
  4. Noticing blood in urine

 

Anyone who is worried that they may have kidney disease or has tehse symptoms should visit their GP.

CKD symptoms

The human body is very efficient, and when certain parts of the body do not perform at 100% then it is able to compensate for the reduced function of a part of the body. This is true for the kidneys. Because of this ability for the body to compensate for a reduced kidney function the early stages of kidney disease do not produce any obvious symptoms. People with early stage kidneys disease are usually identified as having the illness when they have provided a blood or urine test for another reason to their GP or hospital doctor.

If the disease is not detected during the early stages it progresses over time to a more advanced stage, and it is at this point that the patient starts to show symptoms that include :
1. Feeling tired
2. Hands feet or ankles being swollen
3. Experiencing nausea or sickness
4. Noticing blood in urine

Anyone who is worried that they may have kidney disease or has tehse symptoms should visit their GP.