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Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease Signs and Symptoms

2015-05-21 16:27

Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease Signs and SymptomsIt is known that, kidneys in stage 3 are unable to work perfectly, a series of signs, symptoms and complications may occur one by one, which will affect the patient’s life quality greatly.

The following are some common symptoms of this disease, and hope they can help you prevent it from worsening.

1. Swelling or edema

As we know, making urine is the main kidney function. When kidneys lose their ability to determine how much fluid stays in the body, extra fluid will retain in the body especially in legs, feet, ankles and face around eyelids.

2. Foamy urine

Foamy urine means there is protein in urine. Normally, kidneys can keep nutritions including protein in the body. When kidney mechanical barrier and charge barrier is damaged, protein will leak into the urine. If left uncontrolled, protein leakage may cause low immunity, malnutrition, hair loss, and other problems easily.

3. Hematuria

Hematuria, or blood urine, indicates red blood cells leak into the urine. This problem will make patients' urine present red, brown, dark orange or tea colored.

4. Fatigue or weakness

Buildup of waste products and toxins in the body and renal anemia are usually the direct cause of fatigue for CKD patients. This must affect patients' work and study performance.

5. High Blood pressure

In addition to filtering blood, regulating blood pressure is another kidney function. With the decline of kidney function, high blood pressure is more likely to occur as a result of fluid retention or lack of kallikrein and prostaglandin. In turn, high blood pressure also speeds up the progress of kidney damage.

6. Appetite and sleep problems

Quite a number of patients with Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease lose their desire to eat foods that must affect their nutrient structure, and some kidney patients have trouble to fall asleep or stay asleep because of muscle cramps, skin itching or restless legs.

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