Symptoms of Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease(CKD)
Chronic Kidney Disease, also known as CKD, refers to progressive loss of kidney function. As the disease progresses, some symptoms will appear. Follow me and you will find the answer.
In the early stage, there are usually no symptoms. When it progress into advanced stage, some of the following symptoms may occur:
High blood pressure. The occurrence of high blood pressure can caused by water-sodium retention or abnormal excretion of renin. If not controlled well, it will affect patients life to a large extent.
Fatigue. As a common symptom in stage 3 CKD, fatigue is mainly caused by anemia.
Changes of urine. Patients with this disorder may be detected with foams in their urine, and they usually exist for a long time. They can also experience abnormal urine color, such as, tea-colored urine, brown urine, etc. In addition, they may also present frequent urination at night.
Swelling. This symptom may occur in their ankles or around the eyelids. As the disease progresses, it may spread to the whole body. In serious condition, patients may feel hard to breath.
Itchy skin. For patients with stage 3 CKD, their kidneys fail to excrete waste products and toxins including the nitrogen metabolites out of the body effectively, so they are more likely to experience itchy skin.
Except for the above symptoms, they may present symptoms like back pain, nausea and vomiting, loss of appetite, and so on.
The above contents are symptoms of stage 3 CKD. If you happen to be a person with this disease and presenting the above symptoms, remember that we are always here to help. Any questions, you can email us:firstname.lastname@example.org or consult with our online doctor directly. Best wishes!
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