Six possible symptoms of kidney failure

It is common for a healthy person to urinate once a night and three to four times a day. But getting up to urinate more often at night may sign of kidney failure. In addition, be careful when urinating if you seen foaming, or bubbles.

Abnormal thin urine, urine color like dark tea, blood in urine, difficulty urinating, etc. are indicates the sign of kidney failure.

Red blood cell production and growth disrupted by kidney failure. Due to this, the red blood cells are unable to supply the oxygen needed for their functioning, causing the brain and muscles to fail. Anemia Suffering is severe. Some people getting cold.

Shortness of oxygen and swelling of the lungs can cause shortness of breath. Lack of oxygen for the proper functioning of the brain can cause the head to become dull and unable to concentrate.
Do not ignore swellings found on face, feet and hands. This is because the damaged kidneys fail to pump out excess water in the body.

The smell of ammonia on the breath is a sign of kidney disease.  Damaged kidneys has no enough capacity to eliminate the waste in the blood. Loss of appetite and taste, vomiting and nausea are other symptoms.

pay attention; If you see any of these symptoms, you should immediately consult with a Nephrologist.

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