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Common symptoms of Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease

Time:  2014-02-04 02:03

Common symptoms of Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease In stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease( CKD), the kidney function decreases with Glomerular Filtration Rate(GFR) of 30-59ml/min. Many people who have CKD don’t know it because the early signs can be very subtle. it takes many years to go from CKD to kidney failure. In stage 3 CKD, many symptoms will present. Knowing the symptoms of kidney disease can help you get the treatment you need to feel your best. The symptoms in stage 3 CKD include:

1. Serum creatinine

The serum creatinine will be higher,, indicating less than 30% kidney function.

2. Tiredness and fatigue

Healthy kidneys can produce enough hormone called erythropoietin or EPO which supply enough red blood cells to carry oxygen for your body. As your kidneys fail, they can not produce enough EPO. This will lead to less red blood cells to carry oxygen. Your muscles and brain tire very quickly. This is the sign of anemia.

3. Puffiness or swelling

Kidney dysfunction causes build up of fluid in your body. In this case, CKD patients usually are seen obvious puffiness or swelling in the hands or feet and ankles, while the puffiness will often first be seen around the eyes.

4. Back or flank pain

This pain can be seen in various diseases such as Polycystic Kidney Disease(PKD), kidney stones, kidney infection, urinary tract infection, etc. Chronic Kidney Disease back pain is usually felt as a dull pain anywhere in the mild-to-lower portion of the back, or one side or the other- this is sometimes called flank pain or loin pain.

5. Lose of appetite

Builds-up of wastes in the blood(uremia) make food taste different and cause bad breath. You may stop liking to eat meat, or you are losing weight because you have no appetite.

6. Vomiting and nausea

A build-up of wastes in the blood can also cause nausea and vomiting.

7. Changes in urine

Kidneys make urine, so when kidneys fail, the urine may change. The changes include:

Frequent urination at night

Foamy and bubbly urine

The urine may contain blood

You may feel pressure or have difficulty urinating

8. High blood pressure -it is a common symptom of Chronic Kidney Disease.

We here provide you common symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease and introduce the causes of CKD. Having a comprehensive knowledge of symptoms helps you know your determines your kidney disease as early as possible. And if you have any doubt about symptoms, you can consult our online doctor or leave us a message to kidenychinesemedicine@gmail.com.

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