6 Symptoms of Kidney Disease

6 Symptoms of Kidney Disease

6 Symptoms of Kidney Disease
  • Healboat
  • February 8th, 2018
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Nowadays Kidney failure is the very common disease that occurs in people of every age. There are multiple symptoms which indicate that there is some problem with your Kidneys. However, people are often skeptic about these symptoms and often they ignore them.

To understand the symptoms of Kidney failure it is crucial for us to first understand that what function is performed by our Kidneys. The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs found on the left and right sides of the body in vertebrates. Kidneys perform the crucial function of filtering about 3-4 liters of blood every 5 minutes, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, they not only clean the blood but also maintain the ideal balance of salts and minerals in the body. 

Kidney failure is a serious issue that can be healed only with the treatments like Kidney Transplantations and dialysis. All over the world, there are multiple doctors and hospitals that provide Kidney transplantation treatment. However, kidney transplant hospitals in India are emerging as the best treatment provider in a cost-effective manner.

Now let us take a look at some of the symptoms that indicate that there might be some trouble with your kidneys-

  • Puffy eyes – If you are regularly seeing swelling in your eyes, especially in the morning, then it may be a symptom. Eyes puffiness is often linked to kidney disease.
     
  • Swelling – This is one of the acutest symptoms of Kidney Failure. Swelling is the sign that the blood is not being purified, which in turn results in accumulation of waste. Fluid retention can generate swelling in both the legs and feet and is one of the easiest signs to detect to check if your kidneys are adequately meeting their function or not.
     
  • Urine Cycle- The urine color, texture and difficulty or ease of urination are the definite symbols of Kidney Failure. If you observe the things like trouble in urinating, need to exert extra pressure while urinating, Dark or pale urine, uncommon gain and small amounts of urine etc then you must see a doctor.
     
  • Low Back Pain - The kidneys in the body are situated a little closer to the upper part of the back of the body, in fact, when the frequent pain of acute renal failure occurs, it usually manifests in this region, indicating that something is wrong with your kidneys.
     
  • Rashes on the body- An accumulation of the waste products in the body may result in an itching sensation, bad texture and the color of the skin, rashes are one of the many symptoms that may indicate that you are suffering from acute renal failure.
     
  • High Blood Pressure- It is also a leading chronic kidney disease. Controlling high blood pressure by losing excess weight, exercising, not smoking, cutting back on salt intake and taking high blood pressure medications reduces the risk of these complications. Even borderline high blood pressure, or pre-hypertension, should be taken seriously, as it can inflict kidney damage.
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