What are the signs of chronic kidney disease (CKD)
- Understanding Kidney disease
- Functions of the kidneys
- What is renal function?
- Why do kidneys fail?
- Types of Kidney disease
- What are the signs of chronic kidney disease (CKD)?
- How do we detect kidney disease?
- What are the stages of CKD?
- Treatment for Chronic Kidney Disease
- Preparing for End-stage Renal Disease (ESRD)
- Kidney Transplantation Facts
- Kidney Transplantation Documents
- Required Donor Documents
People in the early stages of CKD usually do not feel sick at all. People whose kidney disease has gotten worse may:
- need to urinate more often or less often
- feel tired
- lose their appetite or experience nausea and vomiting
- have swelling in their hands or feet
- feel itchy or numb
- get drowsy or have trouble concentrating
- have darkened skin
- have muscle cramps
UPDATED ON 05/04/2021
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